Orlando - Toshiba added three new SD digital cameras to its lineup at the PMA show, being held here this week.
The PDR-T10 is being touted by the company as the first camera to utilize its LCD screen as an interactive touch-screen menu for operation of all camera functions other than snapping a picture.
The fully automatic PDR-T10 sports 2.2 megapixel resolution, an all-glass lens with macro mode, a USB interface, automatic focusing, five-mode flash system, and Epson PRINT Image Matching technology, which improves the camera's interaction with Epson Stylus Photo printers.
The camera will have a suggested retail price under $300 with a ship date in April/May. Accessories include an 8MB SD card, two AA nickel zinc batteries; USB cable and ImageExpert software for image editing.
Next up is the PDR-3310, a 3.2 megapixel compact digital camera that features a 7 element all-glass 3x optical zoom lens that offers a 35mm equivalent of 35-105mm. It can also record AVI video files. The camera is fully automatic but offers user-selectable manual control of white balance and exposure compensation as well as manual focusing and macro mode.
The camera comes with a Lithium Ion rechargeable battery, a 16MB SD card, USB and video cables, and ImageExpert software. It will ship in the Spring for a suggested retail price of $499.
Finally, the PDR-3300, is a 3.2 megapixel camera with an all-glass (7-elements in 5 groups) Canon lens with 2.8X optical zoom and 2.2X digital zoom, plus a macro mode.
The camera comes with an array of manual controls including full manual, shutter-priority and aperture-priority exposure controls. It features a 1.6-inch color LCD; Epson PRINT Image matching technology, a burst mode for rapid-fire action shooting, and a five-mode flash.
The PDR-3300 comes bundled with an 8MB SD Card, four alkaline AA batteries, USB and video cables, and ACDSee imaging software for advanced editing and management of photographs. Camera pricing and availability were not set as of press time.