BenQ announces GH600, GH700 series of 16-megapixel cameras

Share on Facebook Tweet Share Share Reddit Comment
BenQ announces GH600, GH700 series of 16-megapixel cameras
BenQ has announced the launch of GH600 and GH700 series of cameras featuring a 21x optical zoom and 16-megapixel image sensor. The cameras brings a 25mm wide-angle view, 1cm Super Macro Mode and a 3-inch 460k LCD screen.

The GH600 is capable of shooting HD 720p videos at 30 frames per second and comes with an interdependent recording button that provides a quick access to start recording instantaneously.

The GH700 camera features a high performance optical zoom lens, BSI CMOS sensor and a high-speed digital signal processor (DSP). As per BenQ, the back illuminated BSI CMOS sensor is designed to increase sensitivity and minimise the noise level by up to 50%.

The GH series of cameras feature a 1cm Macro mode, that allows you to take super close-ups. They also bring features like colour filter modes that allow you to apply filters to photographs on the camera itself. Also include is colour accent, that allows a selected colour in the photo to stay whilst having the rest converted into black and white.

"With the launch of our GH series digital cameras we brings to consumers an extensive range of high zoom cameras which boasts all powerful features that matter to a photography enthusiast combining the advantages of point-and-shoot cameras with DSLR-like imaging effects. The GH600 offers convenience and a bundle of innovative shooting modes that will set the benchmark for high  zoom bridge type digital cameras in India" said Mr. Rajeev Singh, Country Head, BenQ India.

The BenQ GH600 is available in black and white colours for Rs. 10999, while the GH700 is available in black colour at Rs.15999.

For the latest tech news and reviews, follow Gadgets 360 on Twitter, Facebook, and subscribe to our YouTube channel.

Samsung's S Cloud service spotted on Galaxy Note II, may launch October
Former NASA engineer designs app to chart water quality