BenQ unveils the world's slimmest 7 Megapixel digital camera
BenQ introduces the new BenQ X720, the slimmest seven megapixel digital camera. This follow-on to the features 3x optical zoom, an smc Pentax (Super Multi-Coating) lens, and a bright 2.5 inch LCD display. The BenQ X720 comes with an elegant stainless-steel body, only 12,5 mm thin, a shiny metal grip and has been awarded with the prestigious 2006 iF China Design Award and 2006 G-mark Good Design Award for its smooth, exquisite, elegantly crafted, blade-like design...
The award-winning BenQ X720 features a 7 megapixel CCD image sensor, 3x optical zoom, smc Pentax lens and the world's slimmest body at 12.5 mm.
BenQ today introduced the BenQ X720, the slimmest 7.0 megapixel digital camera featuring 3x optical zoom, smc Pentax (Super Multi-Coating) lens, 1/2.5 inch CCD image sensor and a bright 2.5 inch LCD display. The BenQ X720 features an elegant stainless-steel body with a shiny metal grip and has been awarded with the prestigious 2006 iF China Design Award and 2006 G-mark Good Design Award for its smooth, exquisite, elegantly crafted, blade-like design.
“The design of X720 reflects BenQ's Meeting of Opposites design philosophy. It brings together work and play, technology and style, tenacity and smoothness.” said Manfred Wang, Director of BenQ Lifestyle Design Center. “If you look closely at X720, you will see that it is the embodiment of refined style and technology, a perfect blender of pleasure and work”
In addition to its refined exterior, the X720 is equipped with an array of functions including S.S.F (Super Shake-Free) system which allows the user to record photographs and videos with brighter, clear and natural color. The BenQ X720 supports high light sensitivity of up to ISO 1200 and up to ISO 4000 in recording mode of which helps to facilitate shooting when capturing fast-moving objects or taking photos in poor lighting conditions. The BenQ X720 also offers 7-scene modes for quick setting adjustments as well as PictBridge function for direct photo printing via a compatible printer.
October 17, 2006