Toshiba Imaging Systems announced Monday that it will be introducing four new Mac-ready digital cameras at the
Photo Marketing Association trade show beginning next Sunday in Orlando.
“Amateur photographers, business people or anyone looking to explore the exciting and fun world of digital imaging will find these cameras ideally suited to meet their needs for ease-of-use, value and crystal-clear picture taking with true-to-life colors,” said Doug Freck, vice president and general manager of Toshiba Imaging Systems.
The four new cameras are: The PDR-M11 at US$249 is a 1.3 megapixel CCD, featuring USB connectivity, SmartMedia storage, a fixed focus all-glass lens (F2.8/F8.0), and resolutions of 1280×960 or 640×480. The PDR-M21 at $349 is a 2.1-megapixel digital camera with a 2X digital zoom, SmartMedia storage, USB connectivity and six-element auto focus lens with resolutions of 1600×1200 or 800×600. The $399 PDR-M61 has a 2.3 megapixel CCD with an all-glass 38mm-equivalent lens with 3X optical zoom and macro capabilities. Other features include a maximum 1792×1200 resolution, USB connector and SmartMedia storage. The $599 PDR-M65 is a 3.3 megapixel camera with 3X optical zoom. Other features include SmartMedia storage, USB connectivity, a five-mode automatic flash system and a 2X digital playback zoom. Maximum resolution is 2048×1536.