BenQ rolls out 14 mgapixel P1410 digital camera

BenQ expands its digital camera offering with new flagship model from its new P series, dubbed the P1410.


The new point-and-shooter has only 19mm thick metallic body with golden coating surrounding outside of zoom lens and textured grip areas. The camera is equipped with 14-megapixel sensor, capable of 720p HD movie recording, 7x optical zoom lens and 3-inch 460k-pixel LCD display. This configuration is backed by double anti-shake system, BenQ’s latest HDRII (High Dynamic Range) image enhancement technology, and wide range of shooting modes and features, including 2cm Super Macro, Smile Detection, Intelligent Scene, Face Detect, Panorama, Night Scene mode, Toy Mode, LOMO Style, Color Accent and Fisheye.

BenQ P1410 digital camera

The new BenQ P1410 digital camera will be available worldwide this month.

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