BenQ announces 14-megapixel digital camera

The Taiwanese company BenQ has announced the upcoming release of a new multifunctional digital camera called AC100. The new device belongs to the company line of compact cameras and this is why it will come with a thin chassis of just 94.1 x 63.5 x 30.2 mm and with a total weight of 117 grams.

The AC100 camera also arrives with a special coating designed for easy and secure handling. The image sensor is 14-megapixel based on CCD technology and equivalent to 27-108 mm with a size of 1/2.3 inches and 4x optical and 12x digital zoom. The lens allows for very close picture shots as close as 5 centimeters. The camera also features a 2.7-inch LCD screen and supports SD, SDHC and SDXC memory cards with capacities of up to 64 GB, 3200 ISO light sensitivity and records 720p video. The ultimate picture resolution allowed is 4320×3240 pixels.

BenQ AC100

The BenQ AC100 supports the following modes: Panorama, Advanced Smart Scene, HDR, Fisheye, Speedy Burst и Self/Love Portrait.

Price is still unknown. The camera is expected to hit stores in January 2012.


Source: HWP

Related posts

Be Quiet! exhibits two new CPU coolers

Be Quiet! exhibits two new CPU coolers

The German maker of CPU cooling solutions Be Quiet! has demonstrated two new CPU coolers called Dark Rock LP and Dark Rock TF. The new Dark Rock LP CPU cooler is designed for low profile builds and offers a C-type aluminum fin-stack heatsink cooler as the LP in the name suggests. The cooler...

NEC introduces lightest ultrabook ever

NEC has proudly introduced to this world what may be the world’s lightest ultrabook. The VersaPro UltraLite VG is NEC’s latest ultrabook offering and being the lightest ultrabook ever seen the device comes in a 14.9 mm thick chassis made of a lithium-magnesium alloy for a total weight of just...

Some Windows 10 versions may come on USB flash drives

Some Windows 10 versions may come on USB flash drives

Two reputable sources on Windows topics, namely the German web site WinFuture and the famous US journalist Paul Thurrott, have announced that some versions of Windows 10 may appear on USB flash drives instead of on optical disks. This is very much possible since Microsoft wants Windows 10 to...

Leave a comment