BenQ GH700

December 9, 2011 | Zoltan Arva-Toth | Digital Compact Cameras | 7 Comments |
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The BenQ GH700 is a 16-megapixel camera with a 21x zoom lens and a 1/2.3-type Sony BSI CMOS sensor. Capable of shooting 16-megapixel stills as well as 1080p/60fps Full HD videos, the BenQ GH700 comes equipped with a 25-525mm equivalent zoom lens featuring aspherical and low-dispersion lens elements and nano-scale anti-reflection coating. The camera also offers a selection of Program, Manual and Scene modes, a pop-up flash, 1cm super-macro mode, optical image stabilisation and a 3-inch, 460,000-dot rear screen. The BenQ GH700 carries a recommended retail price of €200.

BenQ Press Release

21x Super Zoom – BenQ GH700 with BSI CMOS Sensor

TAIPEI, TAIWAN, October 31, 2011 – Today, BenQ, an internationally renowned provider of digital lifestyle innovations, announces the launch of its first 1080p FullHD bridge-type digital camera – GH700. Possessing a 21x Super Zoom, with BSI CMOS Sensor for superior low-light performance, and numerous features, it is the ultimate choice for photography enthusiasts who want to venture into higher-end models from a point-and-shoot camera.

The designers decided with a luminous golden ring around the lens to symbolize BenQ’s relentless passion for photography excellence. The powerful 21x optical zoom lens satisfies the users by effortlessly capturing sharp, steady shots at a brilliant speed from a great distance.

Combining high quality material with the innovative technology, High Performance Optical Zoom Lens, the GH700 is able to produce exceptionally realistic photos. The aspherical lens enhances the focus providing sharp, high-resolution images; while having high-transmission, low-dispersion material with nano-scale anti-reflection coating – users can get shots with dramatically true-to-life colours.

Most digital cameras’ biggest challenge is when shooting in a low-light environment. Built with the BSI CMOS-enabled Handheld Night Shot Mode, the GH700 delivers clear pictures even when using a high zoom ratio. The camera will take several exposures automatically and combine them into one single photo – vivid clarity, each and every time.

GH700 records your life’s greatest moments at 60 frames per second in 1080p Full HD resolution with zoom, with outstanding surround sound audio to complement the clear video. Furthermore, GH700 has a built-in wind cut function so audio recorded can have minimum unwanted background noise. On GH700, there is also an interdependent recording button that provides a quick access to start recording instantaneously so nothing will be missed; while pressing the shutter button during recording will capture a still shot. Truly an exceptional camera whether the user is an aspiring photographer or videographer.

The GH700 further enhances the users’ shooting experience with the 25mm wide-angle lens; a large 3” 460k LCD screen; OIS function; 1cm super-macro function; HDR III Enhancement technology and the continuous shooting mode.

The BenQ GH700 will debut worldwide in November, 2011. For more information, please visit http://www.BenQ.com



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#1 ThomasG

THANK YOU!!! I so appreciate this site. This is the information I was looking for.

1:19 pm - Monday, December 12, 2011

#2 Jaz

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3:20 pm - Monday, December 12, 2011

#3 kno

One of my wish list.. It takes great pictures,you definitely notice that on hard copies of pictures. try to print the photos from jurassic praters like hp laserjet 3030 and you'd still get amazing results..

4:25 pm - Monday, December 12, 2011

#4 Diwakar

Where can I get BenQ GH-700 digital camera

8:24 pm - Thursday, February 9, 2012

#5 Usman Qureshi

Why you guys haven't reviewed it completely like other cameras? No Conclusion etc.

2:44 pm - Wednesday, February 22, 2012

#6 Maria

I'd like to know which of the GH series of benq is better and after that if is it a better purchase a samsung WB850 than one of these benq cams. Please if it is posible, consider the battery life and the velocity between shots

9:47 pm - Wednesday, October 24, 2012

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6:07 am - Wednesday, November 6, 2013