IInternationally-renowned provider of digital lifestyle innovations, BenQ, expands the lineup of their camcorder product line today with the launch of their latest pocket-size 1080p Full HD M11. The new M11 is packed with features such as a 10MP CMOS sensor; 5x optical zoom and 3.0” 16:9 touch-screen display. Sensational results are a few touches away.
Smart engineering, functionality and intuitive operation gracefully merged to work together in M11: touch exposure; face tracking; time lapse recording; slow-motion and accelerated playback; 3sec pre-recording and dual stream recording are only few of its inexplicable features – along with the scene mode selection allowing its users to change and select up to 10 shooting modes: Auto; Night; Sports; Landscape; Portrait; Sunset; Sand /Snow; Flower; Firework and Aquarium. Giving the consumer’s the ability to record their precious moments in life with ease.
One of the prominent functions in M11 is the Time Lapse Recording feature. M11 allows users to create magnificent video works with this handy feature, engrossing clips of actions slowly being unfolded can be captured. Watch a flower bloom, a rainstorm approach, a city’s dusk till dawn. Videos recorded in this mode can be quickly viewed and take up little storage space.
Viewing experience on the M11 is exceptionally flexible, actions on the videos can be slowed down to as little as 1/64th of the original speed, or sped up by up to 64 times when filmed at the resolution of 432×240. Playback at the speed you like, and capture certain shots with ease using the shutter. Watch a friend’s facial expression in slow motion, or whiz through slow-moving action all at your fingertips, literally.
The 3 sec pre-recording feature on M11 saves the video for the three seconds before the user actually pressed the record button, which means there will be no worry if the record button is pressed right after the action started. Get it all on the video for posterity by using those magically restored seconds.
Dislike fiddling with confusing ISO settings? For users who hope for the best with hit-and-miss conventional auto-exposure settings, use the advanced touch-activated version. The touch exposure feature allows tapping on the screen where the light levels look right to a discerning eye, and the correct exposure levels will automatically be set.
Another proud feature for the M11 is the dual stream recording, built-in with its users in mind. It simultaneously creates two different video files as videos are being filmed. One can be a high-definition version for a luxurious viewing experience on a widescreen TV, whilst another can be a compact version for uploading and sharing on the web. No more tedious conversions or slow uploads!
The M11 will be available in China and Asia Pacific in October, and Latin America in November.For more information, please visit www.BenQ.com