BenQ introduces 7 Megapixel E720 digital camera with sleek design

BenQ announces the new 7 Mp E720 digital camera, featuring 3x optical zoom, an smc Pentax lens and a 2.5 inch LCD display. The brushed aluminum body features a shiny metal grip and moisture resistant surface. Like many others, BenQ uses the confusing USB 2.0 name for connectivity, suggesting high-speed transfer capability. Manufacturers should adhere to the correct naming of Hi-Speed USB for high-speed USB, and use simply USB for low or full-speed USB products, as advised in the USB Naming Recommendations...

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BenQ E720 details and specifications

BenQ today introduced a new addition to its award-winning digital camera lineup with the new E720, featuring a 7.0 megapixel CCD image sensor, 3x optical zoom, smc Pentax (Super Multi-Coating) lens and a large 2.5 inch LTPS display.

The BenQ E720 features a sleek brushed aluminum body with a shiny metal grip and an anti-oxidized, moisture resistant aluminum surface.

“Sometimes design inspiration comes from items we love to look at and touch; for many, this means luxury products such as handbags and fragrances. When I look at the E720, I think of something luxurious.” said Manfred Wang, Director of BenQ Lifestyle Design Center. “If you place the E720 vertically, you'll see its resemblance to a fragrance bottle, complete with a luxurious stopper on top.”
 

In addition to its luxurious exterior, the E720 is equipped with an array of functions including shake-free mode which prevents image blur due to handshake, 13-scene modes for quick setting adjustments, and continuous movie recording with optical zoom.

Furthermore, the BenQ E720 supports high light sensitivity of up to ISO 1200 of which helps to facilitate shooting when capturing fast-moving objects or taking photos in poor lighting conditions.

The BenQ E720 supports 3:2, 16:9 and 4:3 aspect ratio output size and PictBridge function for direct photo printing via a compatible printer.

Additional Information: BenQ E720 details and specifications

October 13, 2006

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