BenQ unveiled three new additions to its digital camera lineup, the X600, C800 and E521.
The highlight of the three models is the X600, an ultra-small 6-megapixel camera. All three digital cameras offer a compact design and versatile feature set, and offer high-quality at affordable prices.
Equipped with Pentax's Super-Multi Coating (SMC) lens and a 3X optical zoom, the X600 delivers high contrast and increased clarity. A 2.5-inch high resolution LTPS LCD screen and VGA movie recording at 30fps with AVI (MPEG-4) format ensures comfortable viewing of movie clips. In addition, the X600 offers a smart photo-editing function that includes trimming, resizing, rotation, color filter, movie editing, all of which can be done via a touch of a few bottoms on the camera itself.
The E521 features a 5-megapixel CCD (charge-coupled device), 3X optical zoom, MPEG-4 movie format and 2.0-inch OLED display screen. Targeting technology ?first adopters?, the camera features Pentax's Super-Multi Coating (SMC) lens, a 3X optical zoom and fluid VGA movie recording at 30fps with AVI (MPEG-4) format.
The compact C800 features an 8-megapixel CCD (charge-coupled device), 3X optical zoom, MPEG-4 movie format and a 2.4-inch TFT LCD screen. The camera comes equipped with a Printer Mode for direct printing via a compatible printer and Burst Mode that enables four shots to be taken per snap. The camera can be used as a Dictaphone and is bundled with 26MB of built-in memory.