BenQ launches M31 full HD camcorder with 10x optical zoom

BenQ has launched its latest pocket-sized camcorder which is capable of capture video at 1080p and is equipped with 10x optical zoom lens.

The small M31 is based on 10 megapixel sensor, has a 3.5-inch touch screen and integrates smart features such as an advanced Electronic Image Stabilizer (E.I.S.) with GYRO-sensor, Touch AF Lock and Face Exposure Tracking to record the faces of your family and friends. The camcorder also includes time lapse recording mode, allowing you to capture long events, while in the same tame takes up little storage space,  as well a Dual Stream recording function that simultaneously creates two different video files as videos are being filmed. It is available in Slick Grey” with a shade of blue and “Exotic Red” this month in China and will lands in Asia Pacific and Latin America in February 2011.

BenQ M31 camcorder

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