While all the big camera brands are spreading thin across niche camera types, BenQ is sticking to compact camcorders and digicams for buyers on a budget.
The slim line-up features two new digital compact cameras, both under $200, and a new camcorder that fits Full HD recording into a skinny frame.
Not looking to skimp on quality, the P1410 and S1430 compact cams deliver built-in anti-vibration software and creative shooting modes that are becoming obligatory additives in new cams.
The P1410 houses a 14 megapixel sensor, 7x optical zoom and a 28mm wide angle lens. On the back sits a 460k-pixel 3-inch LCD screen.
The S1430 is aimed at younger keen photographers and also houses 14 megapixels, though optical zoom is limited to 5x. The LCD screen is backed by touch controls and auto-operation functions. An optical image stabiliser coupled with the image stabilising software keeps images blur-free.
They don't deliver the full suite of compact functions like Full HD video recording, but they do have a handsome array of features for budget digicams.
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