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GE PJ1 14.1MP Digital Camera and PICO Projector with 7X Optical Zoom and 3.0-Inch LCD with Auto Brightness (Black)
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- 14.1MP camera with 7x optical zoom
- 3 Inch auto LCD Screen
- Approximately 18 MB internal storage with SD Card / SDHC Card support up to 16 GB
- Optical image stabilization, face auto exposure, auto scene, and 3200 ISO
- Camera works as a PICO projector, connect your computer to your camera and display up to 70 Inches diagonally
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Update of my review a year later: I've taken this on vacation and used it to photograph scenes that I wanted to draw, before the ship had passed them by. Projecting the image onto my paper sped up my initial sketch, and enabled me to look at the photo while I was adding other details. I had hoped that I could also use photos taken on my other cameras and pictures that I've edited on my computer simply by transferring them to the PJ1 on an HC SD card (up to 16GB). That didn't work out quite like I expected, because the PJ1 usually hasn't recognizes pictures that it didn't take. A few yes, but mostly not. Still, it's a fun and useful camera. Not sure why there's not more of them around.
I love this camera more then any of the cameras Ive had before!
The projection feature was indeed very cool and quite a bit of fun (the cats were perplexed by the images of themselves lol!) but too blurry to really show off any pictures. It's still a really cool feature and the main reason I chose this camera over others and while I wasn't expecting it to be as sharp as the advertising images, it didn't come even close. Disappointing but still an interesting feature.
The reason I ultimately returned it is because it didn't charge in the wall. First I tried the wall charger from the box which is actually designed to charge the fan to cool the projector when in use and so it comes with an extender cord that can plug into the camera (the fan has a circular input, the camera has a USB-like input). This did not work at all, I would see it flash quickly from blue battery icon, which I assume means charge, to the red low battery icon because the extender cord was obviously not well connected. Then I tried plugging the USB cord into a USB charger and it would display a loading bar and then said "Connection Failed." The only place it would charge was my computer. This is inconvenient since I don't leave the computer running all night and it's quite bulky to keep attached to a laptop during the day. For the short time I did charge it, it seemed to have decent battery life. If you keep your computer on all night, I guess this wouldn't be an issue for you.
Overall, the camera seems okay and the projection is fun but there were too many issues for me to continue with it.