BenQ Europe has launched the E1050, its latest 10-megapixel digital camera boasting a large 3-inch LCD screen, 3x optical zoom, and ISO 3200 with a suite of intelligent features, such as Web Sharing mode, AF assist lamp, and the ability to take 16:9 high-definition images.
BenQ E1050’s web sharing mode allows users to record video at 640×480, 30fps for up to 10 minutes or 100MB, a file size that is optimized for most web sharing sites. The E1050 settings save users the time-consuming process of adjusting video files’ format or size, according to the company.
In tricky, low light conditions, BenQ said the E1050â€™s AF assist lamp and high ISO 3200 enable users to take pictures in dim lighting without the need for artificial flash and the pictures will still look vivid and natural. Additionally, E1050 comes with in-camera â€œRed-Eye Removerâ€ function where users can now remove unsightly “glowing eyes” during playback. The cameraâ€™s 32 shooting modes range from standard auto and video to more customized settings such as “Museum,” “Party,” “Beach” and “Fireworks”.
[Site: BenQ Europe]