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Nikon Coolpix S1100pj 14 MP Digital Camera with 5x Wide Angle Optical Vibration Reduction (VR) Zoom and 3-Inch LCD and Built-in Projector (Green)

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3.9 out of 5 stars 39 customer reviews

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  • Incredible built-in projector; 14.1-megapixel CCD sensor
  • 5x wide-angle optical Zoom-Nikkor glass lens
  • 3-inch touch-screen display; 5-way VR Image Stabilization system
  • HD (720p)movie recording with One-Touch control button
  • Capture images and video to SD/SDHC memory card (not included)
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Product Description

Color: Green

Nikon Fall 2010 New Product Line-up!

Nikon Coolpix S1100pj Digital Camera Features

Compact Camera. Big Time Fun. Built-in Projector in a Compact Camera.

Sure to be the center of attention at any gathering, the 14.1 megapixel Coolpix S1100pj built-in projector can cast its pictures and HD movies onto any flat surface. Touch-Screen technology also sets this new Nikon compact apart, as its 3-inch, high resolution (460K-dot) Touch Screen provides fingertip control of key camera functions. The S1100pj features a variety of photo editing and drawing functions to add additional fun to the image-sharing experience. Also offers a 5x 28-140mm Zoom NIKKOR glass lens, Optical VR Image Stabilization, ISO up to 6400, Motion Detection, HD (720p) movie recording, and Smart Portrait System and Touch Shutter.

Built-In Projector Brings Fun To Any Gathering
The Coolpix S1100pj features a new built-in projector that allows the instant sharing of both still images and movies at the touch of a button. Images can be projected up to 7 feet 10 inches at an image size of up to 47 inches diagonally.

Projected images can also be viewed simultaneously on the camera’s high resolution LCD screen, you can even draw on the camera’s touch screen while projecting an image! In addition to photos and HD movie clips, you can also project data stored on a PC. This adds potential for use in business situations as well as for livening up gatherings and parties.

Powerpoint slides when saved as JPEGS can be projected as well. Use the S1100pj as a mini-projector!

Superior Image Quality

  • 14.1-megapixel CCD sensor for stunning image quality.
  • 5x Wide-Angle Optical Zoom-NIKKOR Glass Lens. Versatile 28-140mm lens ranges wide to capture landscapes, zooms in to get close to the action. In the NIKKOR tradition of precision optics, the high-quality glass lens delivers superb color and razor-sharp results.
  • 5-way VR Image

Product Details

Color: Green
  • Product Dimensions: 4 x 0.9 x 2.7 inches ; 6.4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B003ZSHNHC
  • Item model number: S1100pj Green
  • Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required.
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (39 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #24,545 in Camera & Photo (See Top 100 in Camera & Photo)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: August 16, 2010

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Color: Black Verified Purchase
I was really excited to see a camera with a built in projector and first saw the older S1000 on Amazon for half price of the newer s1100pj.
I first bought the newer camera because it has a brighter Projector up to 14 lumis compared to up to 10 lumis of light projection on the older camera.
I also liked the newer features such as Fisheye effect and 720p high difinition video recording.
When amazon dropped the the price on the older camera s1000pj ($129.00) I decided to buy it and compare it to the newer version s1100pj and here are the results.
The newer camera sucks at $309.00.
First of all I had trouble getting the touch screen to respond when looking at my photos. The projector brightness doesn't look better then the older camera.
The 3 inch view screen on the new camera remains on when projecting which is very annoying. The only way to shut off the viewer screen on the camera is when using the remote control.
The fisheye effect is not fisheye at all. It's Nikon's way of adding a strange effect (Non-Adjustable) on photos already taken and cannot be used when shooting 16 X 9 photos or with Video recording.
The older s1000pj is the only way to go.
There's no touch screen which is better in my opinion and the Viewer screen on the camera automatically shuts off when using the projector.
The brightness on the wall looks about the same as the newer camera's projector.
The focus adjustment is a knob on the newer camera and a slider control on the older camera. Both are easy to use.
Even the battery compartment on the older camera is more user friendly.
I was having trouble removing the battery on the new camera as it would not drop out without the need of shaking the camera.
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Color: Black
I have owned Nikon SLRs and own a Nikon D-SLR and wanted a smaller camera to take on shorter business trips and into places where SLRs camera are not always convenient or allowed. I had seen the videos/promos for this camera and wanted this before it even came out. I ordered via OneCall (one of Amazon's partners) on the first day it was available and so far I'm impressed. The touch screen works really well, menus are very obvious, picture quality is very acceptable for a point-and-shoot, video quality is very nice, battery life is acceptable (I ordered a spare battery as I have a history of taking many photos) and of course there is the projector, which most of you want to know about. In daylight it works well on a 8x11 size background from 1 to 2 feet away. Anything further away or colored background are not ideal in daylight. In a darker to dark room, you can actually go quite big, much bigger compared to stated, with reasonable quality. Obviously, the closer to the wall, the better the quality, but remember that this is just a very small projector, and it's built into a camera and not a stand-alone device or intended to be a stand-alone projector. Battery life suffers quickly using the projector and I wish they would not display the "battery low" indicator on the projected image, but that's how it works.
Drawing on images while projected does not work as smooth as in the promos and the provided stylus is a better tool for this compared to using your fingers.
Have to yet test it as a projector on a PC but assume this to be similar compared to projecting images.

Overall it lived up to my expectations. Nikon has a gem with this one, and after testing the S1000pj at a retail store, it seems like quite an improvement over last year's model. It's a good camera and for a geek like me, it's also a sweet gadget.
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Color: Violet Verified Purchase
Shortly after receiving this camera the shutter button/zoom switch became problematic. I contacted Amazon and they replaced it, no questions asked. Kudos to Amazon's excellent customer service. The second camera developed the same problem after six months, obviously a design flaw. Amazon then referred us to Nikon customer service and gave us a $30 gift certificate for our troubles. Since then, dealing with Nikon's customer service has been a nightmare for an obviously flawed product. The denied any fault and said Amazon probably dropped the boxes the cameras were stored in and have insisted that we pay $84.00 to repair the camera. They also refused to allow us to speak to a manager or some higher authority. Feeling like we had not other choice, we agreed to pay the $84.00 to repair this $300+ camera. That was four months ago, they have not received the part for the repair as yet and we are without a camera. It remains to be seen when and how this will be resolved. DO NOT BUY THIS CAMERA and Nikon obviously does not value it customers as evidenced by its very POOR customer service.
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Color: Green
The projector is 14 lumens but is not as powerful or as big a pk102 which is 11 lumens. Connecting it to a PC requires installing a software using a CD they provide. The projection lags a lot on a netbook. You have to switch the settings of the camera every time you want to change from uploading photos to computer and using the computer as a projector. The whole camera is pretty big in size compared to regular digital cameras but can't complain on a device with a built-in projector. The camera has some pretty nice features, though some requires the user manual to help you find out what they do. The flash is very powerful and there is a touch to focus/exposure on taking pictures. Not on video though, unfortunately. The touch screen sometimes lags a little and requires more pressure than smartphones such as the iPhone. Overall, not bad.
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