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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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- 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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The Nikon Coolpix S1100pj digital camera features an enhanced built-in projector that significantly increases its brightness. The Nikon Coolpix S1100pj digital camera has a large 7.5cm(3-in. , 460k-dot high-resolution touch screen features Clear Color Display technology. Plus, create your own entertaining slideshows using a variety of built-in image effects that only a camera could offer, and complete with background music. Order the Nikon Coolpix S1100pj digital camera today!
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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.
Also, the description failed to mention that if you use the projector for a few minutes you must wait for the camera to cool for about 30 minutes before you can resume taking pictures so keep that in mind if you're at a party.
The result is buy the older s1000pj Nikon camera. You will save money and have a better camera.
So far, I have found the camera easy to use if you don't want to get too technical. I have not mastered all the on screen touch features. My major problem is that the on screen touch features are hard to get to work. The photo preview is difficult to get going with two fingers. It just isn't responsive enough perhaps because I am used to iPhone and iPad. The bigger screen for preview and cropping in the camera is an improvement for me. I will have to work harder on all the options available to set up sort images for projection.
I like the zoom feature and the focusing hints and clues. I do like the auto settings because with my old Coolpix I had to remember to manually set the close up or portrait setting and then I would forget to reset it. I had a few issues with downloading and the battery seems to run down quickly. There is no warning or at least I haven't seen one.
Love the purple color. Overall......an upgrade for me and I am sure I will soon be as comfortable with this camera as I was with my last one.
I couldn't get the camera to take a decent picture. I tried many settings on the camera as well as many different environments. Most of the pictures came out blurry, had horrible red-eye (that was unfixable with basic software), and under/over-exposed.
The lens on the camera does not move in and out on the camera, and I wonder if that is what is causing the focusing problem, or maybe I had a defective one (which could explain the cheap price from Amazon?). Nonetheless, I still didn't think it worth the $130 I paid for it. I have an old Canon Powershot that takes pictures far superior to this one.
I like that you can zoom in and out during video, but the zoom is not smooth and has a bit of a learning curve to learn the increments.
The projector is a cool feature, and works OK, but it has to be pretty dark to use it.
If you are on the fence about this one, choose another. I know it is not worth the $350 they are selling it for now.
On a perfectly smooth flat white surface the image is fuzzy, dark, colour and shape of the projected image is highly distorted, and forget the 'focus', there is no focusing the photos to be usable.
The camera makes a whirring sound I assume that is the mechanics of the projector as none of my numerous digital cameras made such a noise.
I purchased this camera about 3 months ago, have used it no more than 3 hrs. tops all of which was trying to get it to work as Nikon described it does with zero percent success. It has been nothing but intense frustration, headache and sure as heck did not live up to ANY expectation I had.
I am sending it back. I would not take another one of these cameras if it were offered, I would run away from it as fast as possible. I have ordered aprox. 40 items from Amazon but hands down, this is the only worthless piece of junk I have ever received. If I could give less than a zero, I would. Nothing more than a waste of a lot of money ! For me, a rotten experience all the way around!