BenQ E1260 HDR Wide Angle 12 MP Compact Camera To Arrive In May

April 30, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

BenQ is bringing to the market its new E1260 HDR wide angle 12 megapixel compact camera with the promise of letting users click away at will, no matter how bad the lighting conditions are. The company has brought in a new technology that would enhance every snap clicked on the camera by bringing out the finest details in them.

The new E1260 HDR would offer 720p HD movie recording and user interface simplicity. The 12 megapixel 1/2.3-inch CCD sensor and 28mm wide angle 4x optical zoom lens add to the lure.

The camera is being offered with a bright 2.7 inch, 230,000 dot LCD display. One unique aspect about this display is that it offers a dozen automatic scene modes and options. You can play around with focus options, face tracking, blink detector, self portrait and beauty enhancer modes.

BenQ’s new offering also comes with a file management system that helps control images and the way they are viewed in-camera. A G-sensor automatically rotates the image on the display when taking a shot, making it sure that the image is always shown in the correct orientation.

BenQ has however given the miss when it comes to HDMI out that could have helped image viewing via a HD TV. It has also left out the SDXC card support. However, by the looks of it, it seems like the E1260 HDR wide angle 12 megapixel compact camera would have all in it that needs to charm customers when it arrives in stores this May.

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