BenQ DC-X735 digicam launched

Posted on Saturday, Oct 06 2007 @ 18:35 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
BenQ released a new compact digital camera this week, the DC-X735.

It features a 7.2 megapixel CMOS sensor, 2.5" LCD display, 3x optical zoom, ISO 2000, MPEG4 video recording and a SDHC memory slot. All this in an enclosure that is only 12.5mm thick.
BenQ X735’s face tracking function automatically detects and tracks up to nine human faces and is able to focus the faces to ensure the faces are perfectly presented in terms of color and clearness in the photos. Users can easily capture distant subjects with the wise zoom function as it is able to deliver a maximum of 30X zoom effect, resulting in clear, detailed images. Furthermore, the X735 is equipped with a Super Shake Free system with a sensitivity of 2000 ISO and a high setting at 6400 ISO that can be engaged during movie mode. Users can record video with optical zoom in MPEG 4 format at 640 x 480 at 30 fps in both traditional or 16:9 widescreen formats.

The X735 offers 29 scene modes, including manual mode, S.S.F (Super Shake Free) mode, portrait mode and night scene mode, providing users quick setting adjustments with a variety of shooting options. The camera includes the PictBridge function for direct photo printing via a compatible computer and supports SD memory card of up to 4G. The camera is available in two colors: red and black.
It will be available later this month.


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