Nikon Coolpix S1000pj Compact Camera Review and Demo Video

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Nikon Coolpix S1000pj Compact Camera Review and Demo Video


Nikon’s latest, the Coolpix S1000pj, is a camera which combines the compact formula with – wait for it – a projector capable of displaying an image as large as 40in. The Nikon Coolpix S1000pj is very much an innovation, but does the Nikon Coolpix S1000pj descend both the compact and projector worlds convincingly into one device? The What Digital Camera S1000pj review checks out how it all works…

Nikon S1000pj review – Features
The Nikon Coolpix S1000pj is the world’s first compact camera to provide a built in projector and, with the longest side measuring under 10cms (99.5 x 62.5 x 23 mm), that’s a pretty impressive feat. No need to carry your laptop around – simply project the Nikon Coolpix S1000pj onto a nearby flat surface to show off your pics. The projector on the Nikon Coolpix S1000pj has around an alleged hour of continuous playback from one charge, is up to 10 lumens bright and can project VGA (640 x 480px) images as large as 40in with a throw distance up to 2m. Whilst the Nikon Coolpix S1000pj not going to nudge your HD projector from its top spot, the Nikon Coolpix S1000pj is many times smaller and has certainly has attracted a great deal of interest since its announcement. Think of impromptu presentations to friends, colleagues or the like – a very innovative idea.


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ThomasLegendBoi says:

I’m from the future bois

B's says:

nikon just announce the new S1200pj better than this

Dips says:

the only thing i find annoying about this camera is the noise it makes then focusing

Edouard Dubois says:

Oh man… next step for Smartphones. lol

Really though, this is brilliant.

Stephen Clementson says:

With a projector, too? Was it made for the Jetsons?

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OokTiaopi says:

This guy is like one of Actors in CSI NY. I forget the name….

lilrascalrc says:

The most obvious negative about this camera! Image quality is subjective … but the fact in this day and age of Home Theaters … this camera is NOT EVEN HDTV (720p) video or 16×9 aspect ratio for the pictures or video it shoots! Who in the hell wants a NEW camera these days that is STILL only 640×480 video or an ANCIENT 3×4 picture ratio!!??

Have you looked at Digital Picture Frames in the last couple years?? They're even 16×9!

justatubeyou says:

That is NUTS! and truly awesome!

frantahouska says:

@Cbayfishing Use fucking google or go to nikon site morron!

Kanan Gupta says:

When u play the video on the projector is the sound of that particular video loud enough? i mean can a bunch of people hear the video voices clearly?

EonPeon says:

What camera/lens did you use to shoot this piece? Some DSLR?

eulogic says:

oh technology, how i love you <3

prevolition says:

@spacefaget isn't a "retarded blogger," it's a freaking news site that reports on emerging technology – tech that is available. Maybe you should look up some of the stuff I've mentioned earlier before making yourself look like a fool. 🙂

prevolition says:

Did you not read what I wrote? I said, "It's all moving in that direction." Go ahead and look up holographic projection. Gizmag did an article on it called "Holographic projection coming to laptops, PDAs and mobile phones." It was written in 2003. Why are you so intent on trying to fight an obvious observation?

prevolition says:

How long have projectors been handheld? Not long at all. Are projectors used for holography? All the time.
Also, you must take into account the push for 3D which will lead to 3D projectors coming down in price, as well as handheld 3D recording (check Gizmag).
It's all moving in that direction – you can't deny that.

gino6680 says:

@Malo509 could have bought DSLR instead

sepulturra says:

you speak like you have a potato in your throat

donkmeister says:

Yeh, great… 😛

First it was ring-tones, now you'll have to put up with chavs on the bus showing their happy-slap video clips!!!

donkmeister says:

There is no bulb. This projector uses 3 lasers and a mirror chip to raster the beams. WRT life of the diodes, MTBF for laser diodes is typically 10k-100k hours… much greater than the 1k hours you're lucky to get out of a projector bulb. In terms of life, I would say the mirror chip would probably fail before the diodes as it is mechanical, and would also be more likely to be damaged through dropping than a diode.

Battery life is shown at the end of the video.

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