BenQ Europe have today announced the C50 digital camera. The C50 features a 5.0 megapixel CCD, 3X optical zoom and PASM mode (Program AE, Aperture Priority, Shutter Speed Priority, Manual), offering advanced features and options for aspiring photographers. "With the C50, we've developed a feature-packed product that is both portable and fun," expressed William Wang, BenQ Vice President and General Manager of Imaging Network Business Group.
BenQ's new C50 Digital Camera *** So Stylish and Sophisticated, So BenQ
Europe, 17th November 2003. BenQ proudly announces the C50 digital camera. A welcome addition to BenQs line of stylish digital cameras, the C50 features 5.0 mega pixels, 3X optical zoom and PASM mode, offering advanced features and options for aspiring photographers.
"With the C50, we've developed a feature-packed product that is both portable and fun," expressed William Wang, BenQ Vice President and General Manager of Imaging Network Business Group, "The C50 with its stylish reflective metallic finish, allows everyone to brilliantly capture their most important moments with a user-friendly interface."
The pocket-sized BenQ C50 is designed with usability and performance in mind. It provides users with numerous options, including PASM (Program AE, Aperture Priority, Shutter Speed Priority, Manual) mode, which allows users to adjust both lens aperture and shutter speed for even greater photographic experience. Armed with a 12X zoom (3X optical, 4X digital), no detail will be missed. Additionally, the C50 features a video option and SD card photo storage for easy file sharing.
Superior performance combined with flexible operation. The C50 doesnt only show your taste of technology, but it also redefines fashion, in a pocket-sized outfit.
Seize the day. Enjoy your best memories with BenQ
BenQ DC C50 Specifications
|Image Resolution||2560*1920 pixels
|Lens||F = 7.2 ~ 21.6 mm, F2.8 / F4.7|
|Lens aperture||F2.8 / F4.7|
|Focusing Range||TTL Auto focus. Macro: 9 cm; Normal: 80 cm to infinity|
|Shutter Speed||8 ~ 1/1500 sec.|
|Exposure Control||Program Auto, Aperture Pirority, Shutter Speed Pirority, Manual Explosure Compensate: +/- 2EV in 1/3 step|
|Shooting Mode||Night Scene, Sport, Portait|
|Color setting||Standard, Vivid, Sepia, Monochrome|
|Metering||Spot, Average Weight TTL AE|
|Flash||Auto/ Red - eye reduction/ Forced flash/ Flash off|
|White Balance||Auto/ Manual/ Cloudy/ Day light/ Incandescent/ Fluorescent 1 & 2|
|ISO Equivalent||Auto, 100, 200, 400|
|View Finder||Optical, true image|
|Movie Mode||AVI format. Depends on memory size|
|Self-Timer||2 sec, 10 sec, 10+2 sec, Interval, Delay|
|Storage||SD card compatible (8 ~ 512 MB)|
|File Format||Still image: JPEG (EXIF
2.2), DCF, DPOF
Movie clip: AVI format with wave sound
|Connectivity||Digital out: USB 1.1
DC power input: 5V
|Power Source||Rechargeable Lithium-ion battery / DC adaptor|
|LCD Monitor||1.5� Color TFT LCD|
|Weight||180 gr. (Without battery)|
|Dimensions||98x63x35 mm (W x H x D)|
|System Requirements||Pentium 166Mhz or higher
128MB free hard disk space
Available USB port
Specifications, system requirements and accessories are subject to change without notice
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