BenQ has released the T700, its first camera with a touchscreen display - as well as the world's slimmest 7-megapixel camera.
The T700 digital camera is an elegant 7-megapixel model boasting a three-inch touchscreen. Its features include a stainless steel casing and a ‘tag to enlarge’ function, enabling users to enlarge specific areas of their photos by tapping the screen. The T700 is also incredibly slim at only 14.9 mm wide.
The three-inch panel has a screen resolution of 232,000 pixels for the clear and sharp viewing & touching. The T700 features a Pentax SMC (Super Multi-Coating) lens for high contrast images and with a high colour saturation.
The T700 costs around £150 plus VAT.
The X725 digital camera is the successor of the award-winning X720 and is the world’s thinnest 7-megapixel camera, according to BenQ, measuring just 12.5mm in width. The super-slim camera features a Pentax 3x optical zoom lens with a Sliding Lens System to improve image quality.
The X725 costs around £140 plus VAT.
Both BenQ digital cameras incorporate an advanced S.S.F (Super Shake Free) system which reduces image blur caused by shaky hands and moving images.