BenQ has announced its X710 compact digital camera, featuring an ultra-slim (19.4mm) body with a large 3-inch LCD display. Itâ€™s a 7.2-megapixel shooter using an smc (super multi-coating) Pentax lens with 3x optical zoom. It brags about its ISO 4000 support in movie recording mode.
BenQ uses its own SSF (super shake-free) system as anti-blur to compensate for hand movement while clicking on the shutter. This is supported by the cameraâ€™s light sensitivity of up to ISO 1200 to capture photos in low light situations.
There are six different shooting modes for the X710, including manual mode, S.S.F. (Super Shake-Free) mode, portrait mode and night scene mode, allowing for quick setting adjustments with a variety of shooting options. The camera also includes the PictBridge function for direct photo printing via a compatible printer and supports SD memory card of up to 2GB.