While the new BenQ DC C1000 doesn’t boast any Image Stabilization mode or Anti Blur technology, it comes with a whooping 10.1-megapixel CCD sensor, 2.4-inch TFT LCD display, 3x optical zoom and the PASM (Program AE/Aperture Priority/Shutter Priority/Manual) mode to manually adjust the aperture and the shutter speed. The BenQ DC C1000 features an 8 second shutter speed night scene mode to shoot the crisp quality pictures. The quick 4 continuous shot mode allows the users to shoot the moving pictures. It offers VGA movie recording at 30fps and supports direct printing to a PictBridge printer. The new BenQ DC C1000 will go for sale by the end of September.