Perhaps, you have a question in your head: is it GH600? What should I say, this new BenQ point-and-shot camera, GH700, comes with the same design and size, and specs if you don’t count on its 16MP 1/2.3-inch BSI CMOS sensor. In short, the main point of this camera is it replaces a 16MP 1/2.3-inch CCD sensor in GH600 to a 16MP 1/2.3-inch BSI CMOS sensor.
That little change makes a big difference. This new camera boasts its ability in video recording to up Full HD 1920 x 1080 resolution at 60fps via a 21x optical zoom 25mm wide-ange view lens. As you know, the GH600 is only capable to record video in HD 720p resolution at 30fps. It’s dandier than GH600, isn’t it?
As I said it brings the same specs like GH600, this compact camera features a 3.0-inch 460,000 pixels LCD, a pop-up flash light, a 85MB built-in memory, memory card slot up to 32GB, and so on. Like most cameras, it also brings USB 2.0 port, NTSC, PAL, HDMI, PictBridge compatible interfaces.
Fashioned in 112.5(W) x 75.9(H) x 63.4(D) mm and 370g(without battery & SD card) with a comfortable grip and hole strap, BenQ DSC-GH700 compact camera is expected to hit European market next month, December 2011 in two colors option: black and white. Price? There is no official announcement yet about its price tag. I love white! [Dandy Gadget Source]