BenQ has recently launched two of its new digital cameras in the Indian market – the GH600 and the GH700. Both these devices are point-and-shoot digital cameras with a high 61x optical zooming capability. The cameras also share similar 15 megapixel sensors, 25mm wide angle view, O.I.S. support, 1cm Super Macro Mode and a 3-inch 460k LCD display.
First up, the GH600 is a slightly affordable device amongst the two and it supports 720p HD video recording at 30 frames per second. It includes a aspherical lens which is used to enhance the focus of the lens which is made of high-transmission, low-dispersion and a nano-scale, anti-reflection coating for capturing better images.
The GH700 which costs a little extra than the former features a high-performance optical zoom lens, a back-illuminated BSI CMOS sensor and a high-speed digital signal processor (DSP). This camera can record at 1080p full HD at up to 60 frames per second and it simultaneously allows you to capture images while recording a video. It also includes HDR III technology, which uses the exposure bracketing technique to capture three images at different exposures, which combine to form a much dynamic image.
The BenQ GH600 will be available in black and white and is up for grabs at Rs. 10,999, while the BenQ GH700 will come in black and is priced at Rs. 15,999.