BenQ India launches GH650 and GH210 digital cameras

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BenQ India launches GH650 and GH210 digital cameras
BenQ has announced the launch of two new digital cameras adding to its GH series with GH650 in the bridge type category and GH210 in the point & shoot category.

BenQ GH650 comes with a 16-megapixel image sensor and 26x optical zoom lens with 22.3mm wide-angle view. It comes with other features like optical image stabilisation support, 1cm super macro mode and a 3-inch 460k LCD screen. The GH650 is capable of shooting 720p videos at 30 frames per second with zoom and comes with an independent recording button that provides quick access to start recording.

Another model launched by BenQ is the 16-megapixel GH210 with 12.5x optical zoom, 4x digital zoom, 720p video recording and 1cm super macro mode, and optical image stabilisation support. In addition the GH210 has a MagiQ filter which is designed to add better intensity to photos with heightened contrast and colour saturation .

BenQ_GH210.jpgThe GH series digital camera comes with shooting modes such as: Colour Filter modes that include LOMO Mode which adds artistic effects to photographs, turning them into artworks and Colour Accent that allows a selected colour in the photo to stay whilst having the rest converted into black and white.

Also include is Panorama mode as well as other shooting modes such as P/Av/Tv/M Mode, Speedy Burst, Beauty Enhancer and the Advanced Smart Scene Mode.

"Combining the advantages of point-and-shoot cameras with DSLR-like imaging effects both the cameras are unique in its use and will set the benchmark for high zoom digital cameras in India", Mr. Rajeev Singh, Country Head, BenQ India said.

The BenQ GH650 is available in Black colour at a price point of Rs. 11,990 while the BenQ GH210 is available in Red colour at a price point of Rs. 7,490.

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