The Nikon CoolPix S1000pj is the world's first digicam containing a built-in projector, which is capable of projecting captured images up to 40" across at distances of up to 5.5'. Featuring a 12.1-megapixel CCD and a 5x (28-140mm equivalent) zoom lens, the CoolPix S1000pj can capture broad landscapes or tight portraits with equal ease and print them at sizes up to 16x20".
Stills and video imagery can be composed, reviewed and edited on the camera's 2.7" TFT LCD, which uses anti-glare coatings and an adjustment slider for optimizing image brightness to compliment the ambient lighting conditions. To better ensure sharp images, the S1000pj utilizes a 5-Way VR stabilization system that combines multiple technologies to smooth the bumps when shooting under lower lighting conditions or in places where you cannot use flash.
For optimum portraits, Nikon's Smart Portrait System utilizes Skin Softening filters (3 levels of adjustment), in-camera Red-eye Reduction, Face-Priority AF, D-Lighting, a Smile Timer and a combination Blink warning / Blink Reduction system that better guarantees happy, blink-free portraiture.
Other noteworthy features found on the Nikon CoolPix S1000pj include Quick Retouch, which works with the D-Lighting function to optimize shadow and highlight detail, 16 Scene modes, video capture and macro shooting down to 1.2" from the front lens element.
Bad pictures, battery life is very low you need two extras just to use it with the projector for a few hours. Used it on a cruise ship and showed images on the wall and people liked it as long has the lighting was low. It over erposed most of the still shot and the video only works in the daylight.
Hard to beleive Nikon would release a defective product listed as refurbished knowing that a human had it on a test bench.
..... my S1000pj is 1 year old and wont focus!!! What do I do or what have I done?? Please help
An excellent point and shoot with the unique projector feature. Convenient and never fails to draw a crowd when you show your pictures. I was immediately impressed by the range of distances the projector can cover, from a napkin or dinner plate to a wall or ceiling. Lots of fun. It is the answer to the question, "What is the best camera?" Answer, "The one you have with you when you need it."
projector is very bad. and rate is very high and photo quality is very very poor.. this is bad i ever seen in my life as of now.