BenQ intros pocket-size M11 Full HD Camcorder

BenQ adds another pocket-camcorder to its family, the 1080p Full HD capable M11 model. The camera offers 10MP CMOS sensor, 5x optical zoom and 3.0-inch 16:9 touch-screen display.

The BenQ’s new pocket-size camcorder includes a variety of features for helping the user, including Time Lapse Recording, that that allows you to capture clips of actions slowly being unfolded, like flower bloom, a rainstorm approach, a city’s dusk till dawn. Videos recorded in this mode can be quickly viewed and take up little storage space. The camera also feature dual stream recording, which  simultaneously creates two different video files as videos are being filmed. One can be a high-definition version for your widescreen TV, whilst another can be a compact version for uploading and sharing on the web.

BenQ M11 camcorder

The 3 sec pre-recording feature saves the video for the 3 seconds before you actually press the record button. Another one is touch exposure feature allows tapping on the screen where the light levels look right to a discerning eye, and the correct exposure levels will automatically be set, there are also face tracking, slow-motion and accelerated playback, along with the scene mode selection allowing its users to change and select up to 10 shooting modes: Auto; Night; Sports; Landscape; Portrait; Sunset; Sand /Snow; Flower; Firework and Aquarium.

The M11 will be available in China and Asia Pacific in October, and Latin America in November.

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