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Taiwan market: BenQ launches first camcorder
Adam Hwang, DIGITIMES, Taipei [Monday 30 November 2009]

BenQ on November 27 unveiled its first camcorder, the M1, for immediate launch in the Taiwan market at a recommended retail price of NT$8,990 (US$278), according to the company.

M1 features 1080p video recording at 30 frames per second, BenQ pointed out.

BenQ M1 specifications

Item

Detail

Image sensor

10-megapixel 1/2.3-inch CMOS

Zoom

5x optical, 10x digital

Screen

3-inch 16:9 230,000-pixel touch LCD panel

Dimension (H x W x D, mm)

63.5 x 44.35 x 112.5

Weight (not including battery and SD card, gram)

210

Source: BenQ, compiled by Digitimes, November 2009

BenQ camcorder M1

BenQ M1
Photo: Company

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