BenQ C1430 digital camera generates alert when the subject blinks so the shot can be retaken


c1430_.jpgBenQ announced today the launch of the C1430 digital camera, the latest addition to the C-series digital camera lineup, offering an affordable point-and-shoot solution that combines superior image quality, intuitive usability with thoughtfully selected features. The BenQ C1430 is equipped with a 14 Megapixel BSI (Back Side Illuminated) CMOS sensor, Speedy Burst Shooting mode, 3x optical zoom, 720p HD movie recording and a full-set of shooting modes and fun features for all ages. Those fast-moving actions can even be captured in crisply detailed, vivid HD videos with the C1430’s 720p HD movie recording function. BenQ C1430 also comes with the advanced smart scene modes which automatically detects up to 12 different scenes, adjusting the camera to the best suitable settings according to the shooting environment.


Available in black and silver, the C1430 comes bundled with a full range of fun features and shooting modes to optimize users’ picture-taking experience. The Self/Love Portrait mode activates auto-shooting whenever one or two faces is detected in frame, allowing users to take photos without the help of others. The Blink Detector generates alert when the subject in the photo has blinked so the shot can be retaken or saved according to one’s preference. The BenQ C1430 digital camera will be available in March, 2011.




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