BenQ debuts X600, C500 and C800 digital cameras

Posted on Friday, Sep 30 2005 @ 16:40 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
BenQ has launched three new digital cameras: the X600, C500 and C800. The firm claims the BenQ DC X600 is world's smallest six megapixel digital camera with Pentax's Super-Multi Coating (SMC) lens, 3x optical zoom and a large 2.5-inch LCD display. The BenQ DC C500 is said to be the lightest 5MP camera with fixed-focus lens in the market.

BenQ DC X600 Equipped with Pentax’s Super-Multi Coating (SMC) lens, the BenQ DC X600 is able to deliver true-to-life, crisp photos with pristine clarity and superb contrast. The featured 2.5” high resolution LTPS LCD screen and VGA movie recording at 30fps with AVI (MPEG-4) format ensures comfortable viewing and super smooth movie clips. The BenQ X600 additionally offers a smart photo-editing function including trimming, resizing, rotation, color filter, movie editing, which can be done via a touch of a few buttons instead of a computer.

Apart from offering quality image performance and versatile functions, the stylish and exquisite design of BenQ DC X600 makes it an ideal accessory while on the go. The BenQ DC X600 is the world’s smallest 6 mega pixels digital camera with an ultra-thin thickness of 1.9 cm.

BenQ DC C800 The compact BenQ DC C800 features 8 mega pixels CCD, 3X Optical Zoom, MPEG-4 movie format and a large 2.4” TFT LCD screen for clear and comfortable photo viewing. The camera is equipped with Printer Mode for direct printing via compatible printer and Burst Mode, which allows 4 shots to be taken per snap. The camera can be used as a Dictaphone and is bundled with 32 MB built-in memory.

BenQ DC C500 The fashionable and stylish BenQ DC C500 is the lightest 5 mega pixels digital camera with fixed-focus lens in the market. This small and portable camera is coupled with a 1.7-inch high resolution LCD screen and offers PicBridge compatibility for easy printing without the need for going through the computer. The BenQ DC C500 camera also supports PC camera for video conferencing.

The DC C500 will be available in October and the DC X600 and C800 will be available in November.


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Thomas has been messing with computer since early childhood and firmly believes the Internet is the best thing since sliced bread. Enjoys playing with new tech, is fascinated by science, and passionate about financial markets. When not behind a computer, he can be found with running shoes on or lifting heavy weights in the weight room.



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