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BenQ S1420 digital camera
S1420
at a glance
4320 × 3240
5x optical zoom
3.0" LCD viewer
SD, SDHC
Li-ion rechargeable
BenQ S1420 review summary
camera date Jan 11  
pixels / class 14M  ultra compact camera
overall rating not rated overall camera rating  no reviews
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BenQ S1420 specifications
lens / zoom  26mm - 130mm  (5x) (5x digital)
focus / macro  auto / 15cm / 5cm
metering mode  
aperture  auto / F2.8 (W) - F6.5 (T)
white balance  auto, 5 presets, manual
shutter  auto | manual / 15s - 1/2000s
exposure  +/-2EV in 1/3 EV steps
flash / mode  internal - 5 modes
viewfinder  LCD screen
iso ratings  100, 200, 400, 800, 1600; 3200 and 6400  (max. 3M)
image size  4320 × 3240, 8M, 5M, 3M, VGA
image format  jpeg (exif 2.2)
image compr.  
lag/cycle times  
remote control  self timer 2s, 10s
video options  mpeg, with sound - 1280x720, 640x480, 320x240 (30fps)
audio options  wav
connectivity  usb 2.0 (speed?); A/V (NTSC/PAL)
storage  11.3MB internal, SD, SDHC
platform  
extra features  PictBridge
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23Jan11 BenQ S1420 press summary
 

BenQ S1420 announcement clippings


S1420 is the ideal camera companion with the flawless combination of the 26mm wide-angle lens with 5x optical zoom. The wide-angle lens give allows expanded field of view needed for group shots, ensuring everyone is in frame even in a close-up shot whilst the powerful zoom makes it possible to capture detailed photos even when the subjects are of a distance.

BenQ's HDR II image enhancement technology is a magical feature that lets users get great shots of high-contrast scenes that are usually so difficult to photograph well. HDR II depicts the scenes in the photograph exactly how it is seen by the eye, with all the details in both dark and bright areas intact. Furthermore, HDR II allows previews on the bright 3.0” LCD with HDR applied, so users know exactly what kind of shots they will be taking.


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