BenQ ships M22 Camcorder

BenQ unveils their latest pocket-size camcorder, the Full HD M22.  The new camcorder features BenQ’s picture-enhancing advancements like: AF Lock; Face Exposure Tracking; Touch Exposure and EIS (Electronic Image Stabilizer) and is expect do be available in China in July and Asia Pacific in August.

BenQ didn’t reveal any concrete specifications yet, but it probably share the same specs as previous model,  the M21. A Aptina 5 Mega Pixels, 1/2.5 inch CMOS sensor, a 3-inch touch screen, (f = 35mm ~ 175mm, 35mm equivalent) lens,  5X optical and 4X digital zoom and is capable to record movies in 1920×1080 at 30 fps .

BenQ M22

The small camcorder weights 310gr,  support SD/SDHC memory cards up to 32GB, has an HDMI port and USB interface, which also can be used for charging. For M22’s AF lock BenQ said, that is “one of its most prominent features”, keeps the focus set on your desired subject,  ensuring the captured videos are “blur-free with utmost clarity and true-to-the-moment colors,” helpful when there are moving objects in the background or when lighting conditions are unstable. The M22 also feature Night Mode and Backlight Compensation and Motion Detection for auto-start recording.

Stay tuned for more info soon.


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