BenQ has upgraded its C series digital camera lineup with two new models, the 7-megapixel DSC C750 and the 8-megapixel DSC C850. With their classic design accentuated by an elegant looking front to back leather handle, these cameras will most likely appeal to users who prefer the classic look of old manual cameras.
The DSC750 and DSC850 boast of a super-shake-free mode with high ISO that can be used when the cameras are on static and movie modes. This allows for the production of clean and crisp photo and video output. BenQ has also provided users with the option to zoom in and out of scenes when recording videos in MPEG4 format at either 640 x 480 or 720 x 400 resolutions.
In addition to these features, BenQ also equipped the C750 and C850 with 14 shooting modes that users can choose to employ depending on the scenes they want to capture. Other features of the DSC750 and C850 include; 3x optical zoom, smile catch mode and optical zoom during video recording. The C750 features a 2.5-inch LCD display, while the C850 has a 2.7-inch LCD display.
Other than these features, the DSC C750 and C850 have nothing more to offer except for the usual stuff that you get from other digital cameras within their range. Both cameras will be released in Asia Pacific and Europe this month.