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BenQ introduces its new DC 2300 Digital Camera for long-lasting performance

BenQ introduces its new DC 2300 Digital Camera for long-lasting performance

12-13-2002
Europe, 13 December 2002 BenQ is adding to its range of high quality, innovative digital cameras with its new DC 2300. Its sleek, beautifully designed body combines a take-anywhere, simple-to-use functionality with quality and performance, and a remarkable long-lasting power durability that means it can go on and on. It is the perfect camera for people who want to have something in their pockets with which to capture those special moments – either as stills or video clips – and don’t want to run out of power at a crucial moment.

BenQ DC 2300 has an incredible 3M in resolution, with 2.1 M CCD. Not only does it produce high quality stills, but also allows the user to make movie clips of unlimited length depending on the memory available. It offers dual storage mode, allowing use to be made of the built-in flash memory of 8 MB as well as a fully SD/MMC expandable external memory. It has a fully integrated 1.6” TFT colour LCD and is fully equipped with features such as flash, and digital zoom lenses, self-timer, metering and white balance.

The long-lasting power durability is a special benefit with the DC 2300. Laboratory tests show that if the recommended 2 AA batteries are used, the camera will operate with the LCD display switched on for more than two hours. This is far superior to other cameras in this segment.

BenQ’s new DC 2300 continues the company’s philosophy of providing high quality, full featured products at a very attractive price. The styling is everything you can expect from a product from BenQ and the dimensions (94X66X40 mm) and weight (just 140 grams without battery and card) make it the perfect slip-in-the-pocket, take-anywhere camera for today’s digital lifestyle. It once again proves quite emphatically that enjoyment matters.

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