BenQ adds AE100/AE110 and AE200 compact cameras

BenQ today expanded its range of compact, point-and-shoot cameras lineup with three new models – the AE100, AE110 and AE200.

The AE100 and AE200 models feature diamond pattern design, they are equipped with 14Mpixels and 16Mpixels sensors, а F2.4 aperture lens for better low light shots, 5x optical zoom, 2.7-inch LCD,  and offer 720p movie recording, 5cm super macro mode, Lomo, Fisheye and Color accent modes and will be available worldwide this month in red and silver diamond design (AE100), while AE200 will be available in blue and gray.

BenQ AE100 and AE200 digital cameras

As for the Lomo (Lomography) AE110 camera, it packs 14-megapixel sensor, 5x optical zoom, 25mm wide-angle lens, 5cm macro, 720p movie recording, and a bunch of LOMO-style effects and modes, including SKETCH mode, WATERCOLOR, HDR, Fisheye, Color accent, TOY mode and Panorama mode. This camera also will be available this month in black and silver colors.

BenQ AE110 camera

Source: BenQ

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