BenQ announced compact C1430 digital camera with Speedy Burst Shooting

BenQ has announced a new addition to its point-and-shoot digital camera lineup, the C1430 model which is equipped with a 14 Megapixel BSI (Back Side Illuminated) CMOS sensor, 3x optical zoom, 720p HD movie recording and Speedy Burst Shooting mode, that allows to be captured up to 6 shots per second at 3 megapixel resolution in automatic focus.

The camera is also packed with 720p HD movie recording function with a smart pre-recording tool that stores 3 seconds of the footage before the actual record button is pressed, HDR (High Dynamic Range) image enhancement technology, Face and Blink detection, advanced smart scene modes which automatically detects up to 12 different scenes, and effects like LOMO , Fisheye Lens, Color Accent and Beauty Enhancer.

BenQ C1430 digital camera

The BenQ C1430 digital camera comes in black and silver and will be available in March, 2011.

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