BenQ C1050 10.1MP Digital Camera With Free 2GB SD Card, 3x Optical Zoom £74.67 Delivered
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BenQ C1050 10.1MP Digital Camera With Free 2GB SD Card, 3x Optical Zoom £74.67 Delivered

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Found 13th Jun 2008
BenQ C1050 Digital Camera and Free 2GB SD Card


10.1 Megapixels CCD and 3x Optical Zoom

With ultimate high image resolution, every tiny detail can be presented sharply and clearly. You may capture the faraway objects and print them out in large size.

Large 2.5 LTPS screen

Viewing on the screen can be enjoyable with C1050s 2.5 large LTPS screen for your convenience.

P/Av/Tv/M mode

C1050 is provided with Av (adjust aperture to decide the depth of field), Tv (adjust shutter to decide exposure), Manual (adjust both aperture & shutter), and Program (set aperture/shutter automatically according to the environment) modes to satisfy even the photo expertise.

BenQ advanced new User Interface

BenQ new UI system enhances your using experience by offering ultra-friendly and beautiful interface.

Shake-Free mode

You will no longer be troubled by those blurred photo caused by unexpected hand shaking.

High ISO portrait supported

High sensitivity (ISO) up to 1600 is supported in the capture mode to ensure clear photos in the dark.

3:2 and 16:9 special output size

3:2 resolution mode supported for easy printing without trimming edges; 16:9 resolution mode supported for direct display on 16:9 TV.

Various scene modes

Totally 13 scene modes including Program / Sunset / Backlight / Landscape / High ISO Portrait / Snow / Fireworks / Night Scene / Kids / Food / Building / Shake-Free / Text.

Continuous Shooting till memory full

You are allowed to capture as many photos and videos as possible based on your SD memory card capacity.

6 Comments

Original Poster

Why voting cold? Explain if your going to, !

Banned

The price sounds great but does anyone know who BenQ are and if the quality of the camera will be up to much?

Original Poster

Youve never heard of BenQ??????

Voted Hot - May not be all singing all dancing but for those on a budget a 10 Mega- Pixel aint bad at this price. I have been usinging Benq for years OK(ish) brand good value with resonable performance on the whole

jethro123;2303788

Voted Hot - May not be all singing all dancing but for those on a budget … Voted Hot - May not be all singing all dancing but for those on a budget a 10 Mega- Pixel aint bad at this price. I have been usinging Benq for years OK(ish) brand good value with resonable performance on the whole



The thing is that you don't really need 10 MP. I've got a Canon Powershot A720is, which is a much better camera and I'm sure takes better, more detailed photos, yes it is more expensive, but it's only 8MP. Really to be honest, anything with more than 5MP is fine for any size prints that the typical user is going to want to print. We've got an A3 photo of my daughter on the wall which was taken with a 3.2MP Olympus camera about 3 years ago. Quite often less pixels actually gies a better photo as more light can get to each pixel on the sensor, as each pixel is that bit bigger.
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