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Benq unveils their new DC5330 camera
Dennis Hissink : July 20th 2003 - 17:30 CET
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BenQSweet memories of your life, your friends, your family – all captured instantly in high-quality photos and movies at just the touch of a button. Your daughter’s wedding? That beach in Australia? Your first grandchild? That party in Tenerife? The night out you’d prefer to forget? BenQ’s new digital camera DC5330 won’t let those memories slip away. And you don’t need to be a fully trained specialist to use it either. Because at BenQ we know that half of the enjoyment is in the using. BenQ’s DC5330 offers 5.5 mega pixel in resolution with 3.2 mega pixel CCD. And that means very sharp, high quality pictures. And if you want something a little more active, then you can produce movie clips with full audio.
With the 16 MB built-in memory that is CD/MMC compatible, you have more than enough memory for a decent-sized clip. You can zoom in and out – the DC5330 offers a 3x optical zoom and a 4x digital zoom – and with BenQ’s unique Q-Link functions you can easily download everything to your computer to manipulate your images even more. Q-Link also lets you view your pictures as a slide show and makes printing and sending them by email even easier. Enjoyment from beginning to end.

It has a distinct and clear 1.6” TFT colour LCD, so that you can see exactly what you are shooting and, thanks to the Lithium battery, offers up to 2 hours of high quality power performance.

BenQ’s new compact DC5330 is the perfect take-anywhere-shoot-anything camera for quality conscious (and budget conscious) people who want their memories to shine on for years to come. You can even record a voice memo on your photograph so that you don’t forget who that redhead is! And, thanks to the Histogram & Image Transformation technology, you can print out your photographs to the very highest quality. Enjoy your memories with BenQ. Because enjoyment really does matter.
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