BenQ intros 14 Megapixels S1420 digital camera

BenQ today adds a new 14 Megapixels point-and shooter to its S-series digital camera family. The new S1420 model is encased in orange-coloured metallic casing and packs 14 Megapixels CCD sensor and 26mm Wide-Angel lens  and 5x optical zoom

The camera is equipped with 3.0inch  LCD, USB port  and is capable to capture 720p movies. Like its sibling S1410, it also feature O.I.S. (Optical Image Stabilizer) to prevents blur on shots and to compensate unintended camera movements. The S1420 also features BenQ’s HDR II image enhancement technology for high-contrast images and comes with a pack of pre-set shooting modes like “Fisheye”, “LOMO” which adds effects like dark-corners, off-kilter exposure, and over-saturated colors to snapshots, and “Color accent” that allows users to keep one selected color in the photo whilst having the rest converted into black and white.

BenQ S1420 digital camera

BenQ S1420 will be available in China and Asia Pacific in December, Latin America and Europe in January 2011.

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