BenQ AC 100 Unveiled, 14 MP Camera Built to Make Photography Interesting

December 6, 2011, By Sanjeev

BenQ has introduced their latest AC 100 digital snapper. The AC 100 camera promises more than ten special effects to make photography more interesting. The camera, coming with a leather skin, gives a vintage look and provides more grip.

BenQ AC 100 Unveiled, 14 MP Camera Built to Make Photography Interesting

The BenQ AC 100 sports 14-megapixels, 1/2.3 inch CCD sensor, 4x optical zoom, powerful macro and 2.7-inch LCD 230k pixels screen. The device comes with 43MB in built memory that can be expanded via various modes such as SD-4GB, SDHC-32GB, SDXC-64GB.

The AC 100 that comes sporting a shutter speed of auto 1/2000 approximately in one second, will also allow you to record videos at full HD 720p quality. The Panorama Mode will capture splendid landscapes or large group pictures by auto-stitching the three adjacent shots you clicked.

The camera is pre-loaded, and it can detect 12 different scenes automatically and adjusts to the apt modes. It comes with USB 2.0 support to transfer the data from the camera to the PC, tablets and other devices. The 94.1 x63.5 x30.2 mm sized camera weighs just 117g with no battery and SD card.

Other features include Speedy Burst, HDR, Fish Eye, Web Auction and much more. In the accessory pack you can find USB Cable, Software & UM CD, Quick Guide, Hand Strap and AA battery.

Stay tuned to know the official price of the BenQ AC100.


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