BenQ adds 14 Megapixels E1420 and E1430 HDR Camera

BenQ expand its digital camera lineup today with 14 Megapixels E1420 and E1430 High Dynamic Range (HDR) cameras. The new point and shoot compacts offers 3x optical zoom lens, 3-inch  LCD 230-pixels display, can record 720p HD movies and BenQ’s own HDR image enhancement technology.

The new BenQ’s E1420 and E1430 also comes equipped with BenQ’s advanced smart scene modes- a range of pre-configured settings which are choose automatically depending on particular types of scenes, features also include – Blink Detection, Beauty Enhancer mode and HDR image enhancement technology,  which ingeniously adjusting the way camera handles light under high contrast conditions.

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The E1420 comes in “Elegant Gray” and E1430 in “Cool Blue”. It will be available in China and Asia Pacific in August, Europe in September, and Latin America in October 2010.

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