BenQ announces new DC-C840 Digital Camera
BenQ introduces the DC-C840 digital camera, successor to the model, and featuring an 8 megapixel CCD sensor, an smc PENTAX lens, Face Tracking function, Shake-Free mode, high ISO options, optical zoom in video recording and 3:2 and 16:9 special output sizes. Furthermore, the new C840 offers a 2.5-inch LCD monitor (150.000 pixel resolution), comes bundled with the PictBridge function for direct photo printing via a compatible printer and supports SD memory cards of up to 4 Gigabyte...
BenQ today introduced the BenQ C840 digital camera, successor to the C740i, featuring an 8 mega pixel CCD sensor, smc PENTAX lens, Face Tracking function, Shake-Free mode, high ISO options, optical zoom in video recording and 3:2 and 16:9 special output sizes.
The C840 is equipped with an array of functions including shake-free mode which prevents image blur caused by shaky hands, allowing users to take clear and precise shots without any distortion. It also supports continuous movie recording with optical zoom at wide screen format (720x400) at 30 fps. The Face Tracking function detects and tracks human faces and then focus to ensure the faces are perfectly presented in terms of color and clearness in the photos.
The Shake-Free and High ISO portrait mode enables users to capture crisp images in low-light condition environment. With the ISO supports up to 1600, the new BenQ C840 is one of the most light-sensitive models in its class. The 3:2 output sizes supports easy printing without trimming edges while the 16:9 mode supports direct display on 16:9 TVs.
The camera boasts 15 different shooting modes, including manual mode, shake-free mode, portrait mode and night scene mode, providing users quick setting adjustments for a variety of shooting options. The C840 comes bundled with the PictBridge function for direct photo printing via a compatible printer and supports SD memory card of up to 4GB.
Additional Information: All about the new BenQ DC-C840
September 21, 2007