Some Benq G1 owners wrote in their reviews that this digital camera was able to produce good images. Three years ago Amazon Customer mentioned “Although it doesn't have all the effects of the BenQ, I think that the Lumix pictures are slightly better”. Ed.f wrote in their Benq G1 review “It offers up to 14M pixels as image size and the resultant pictures are clear, crisp” and gave the Benq G1 a score of 4 stars. Ed.f also wrote “On a standard 4Gb SD card (which doesn't come with the camera, you have to provide you own) you can fit about 3000 Jpeg images which is enough for most holidays”.
Some people who reviewed it agreed that it had a good picture resolution. G. Wylie mentioned in their Benq G1 review on Amazon “It also offers a continuous shooting mode of 6 frames per second to catch that action shot”. G. Wylie also wrote “It also has an interesting range of shooting modes which, among other things, allow for low-light shooting”. Three years ago John said in his review “The low rate continuous shooting mode given the fast CMOS sensor the G1 carries”.
Several Benq G1 reviewers who bought it considered that it had a good image sensor. Ed.f mentioned “The camera has a fast CMOS sensor and an f/1.8 lens linked to the usual point” in their review of this digital camera. John mentioned in his review of this digital camera three years ago “There is a mid-range CMOS sensor and an adequate number of shooting modes that don't overly complicate or confuse”.
A few people wrote in their reviews that the product was good in low light. John rated it 80 out of 100 and he wrote in his review of the Benq G1 “Colour saturation and reproduction even in low light is consistently good”.
One customer who bought the product mentioned that it was able to produce clear pictures. G. Wylie scored the product 80 out of 100 and wrote on Amazon “I particularly liked the clarity of the swivel screen” in their review of the Benq G1.