Nikons CoolPix S1100pj Camera Projects Sound Business Sense

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Nikons CoolPix S1100pj Camera Projects Sound Business Sense

by Nathan Eddy

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CoolPix, Cool Projections

Available in September, the digital camera features a built-in projector that can display images up to 8 feet away, thanks to a 40 percent brighter, 14-lumen internal projector.

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Color and Motion

Available in a choice of colors including black, violet, green and silver, its $350 price point makes it an attractive option for cost-conscious businesses looking to put some punch in their presentations.

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One Touch Is Never Enough

Adoption of a 3-inch TFT LCD touch panel monitor enables more intuitive camera operations, and the touch panel supports intuitive operation, including utilization of the touch shutter function for focusing and shooting.

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Room at the Top

An integrated projector button and projector focus dial has been positioned on the top of the camera; adoption of a movie-record button enables high-definition movie recording at a frame size of 1280 ??? 720 pixels.

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Standing Tall

A built-in projector stand on the bottom of the camera enables projection at a 10-degree angle by simply placing the camera on a table or desk, eliminating the need for a separate, dedicated stand.

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Projecting Glamour

Six filter effects and "Glamour retouch," which applies adjustments to faces detected in images, are available for editing images without using a computer.

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Keeping Control

In addition, the S1100pj allows users to simultaneously display images in the camera monitor with projection, putting projector operation in the users hands; operation of the supplied remote control has been improved—it can now be used to switch to projector mode or play a slide show.

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Bright Lights

Due to increasing projector brightness from the 10 lumens (supported by the S1000pj) to 14 lumens in the S1100pj, projection in brighter surroundings, such as inside a tent or onto a ceiling, is clearer.

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