BenQ X725, a successor of award-winning BenQ X720, features a 3x optical zoom in both static and video recording mode, Super Multi-Coating Pentax lens, 1/2.5 inch CCD image sensor and a bright 2.5 inch LCD display. The camera is currently available in black, red, pearl, and silver. It’s body was similar design to the X720, stainless steel with width 12.5 mm.
The digicam boasts a high light sensitivity up to ISO 1600 in static mode and up to ISO 4000 in recording mode to capturing fast-moving objects or takes photos in lightless conditions. The X725 also comes with an advanced Super Shake Free system, which effectively reduces image blurs from shaky hands when capturing images or videos.
Other features include 29-scene modes available for quick setting and adjustments, direct photo printing via PictBridge, SD compatible (up to 4GB+ removable memory , and 12MB internal memory. No info on pricing and availability yet.
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BenQ has rolled out the DC-E605 camera last month. The camera is able to perform zoom in and out at a faster speed. It means that you don’t have to focus in advance in order to have crisp and clear images, thus proving to be a more convenient, timesaving camera. The digicam sports a 2.4-inch TFT LCD monitor, 6MP image resolution, 3x optical zoom 35-105 mm, 32MB of built-in memory and an SD slot for expansion. Available in silver color, the DC-E605 also features the exclusive Easy Dial User Interface and a convenient printer mode for printing photos directly from a compatible printer, bypassing the need to connect to a computer.
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BenQ has rolled out its thinnest BenQ T700 digital camera with a thickness of 14.9mm. Priced at $333, it features 1/2.5-inch CCD image sensor lens and a resolution of 7.2MP. Available in black, white, sliver, and red, the digicam also boasts of a 3.0-inch 230,000-pixel LTPS LCD touch panel screen, 3x optical, and 4x digital Zoom. You can store up to 18MB data which is expandable via SD card of up to 2GB. Other features include Pentax light to guard against dazzles, three low polytropisms LTPS, Super Shake Free mode and high photo sensitiveness ISO 4,000.
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BenQ claims its new digicam, the X720, is the “world’s thinnest” 7.0MP camera. With at just 1.3cm thick, the camera features a 2.5 inch TFT-LCD display, 3x optical zoom, ISO 1200/1400, integrated anti-shake system, and PictBridge functionality. It goes on sale next month with the pricetag of US$318.