Those that like their digital cameras entry-level and nondescript now have a couple of new options to consider from BenQ, which has just announced its new E800, C850, and C750 models. Kicking things off, the E800 is an 8-megapixel shooter, with a 3x optical zoom, a 2.7-inch LCD, ISO settings up to 1600 (no promises on quality), and the increasingly common face-tracking and smile-catching features. The C850 (pictured above) and C750, on the other hand, get a little bit fancier with leather-wrapped handles, but otherwise boast many of the same specs, with the C850 staying at eight megapixels and the C750 dropping down to seven. No word on prices just yet, but you can expect the C850 and C750 to hit "select countries in Europe and the Asia Pacific region this month, with the E800 launching "worldwide" by the end of May.

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