Nikon Coolpix S1200pj
Released August, 2011
The Pros:As small as a typical compact camera, projector function doesn't make it too bulky. Image quality is good enough for the average user, gets clear and sharp images. Projector can create a big, bright image.
The Cons:Lots of noise in darker shots, doesn't get much detail. Inconsistent sharpness around the edge of the frame.
The Coolpix S1200pj is hybrid digital camera/media projector from the Nikon company. Featuring 14.1-megapixels and a 5x optical zoom for high-quality stills and video, this model incorporates a fully-functional projector component that can be used to broadcast content onto virtually any flat surface.
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Files stored within the device can be displayed at a size of up to 5 feet diagonally, with additional connectivity to any Apple iDevice (iPod, iPhone, iPad) made possible via a simple USB connector. Illuminated hard controls help to minimize operations confusion in low-light settings, with an included wireless remote helping to further simplify controllability. The S1200pj also includes a built-in stand for hands-free projecting, with an integrated set of stereo speakers enabling truly standalone functionality. A number of helpful scene modes are also included that include auto-focus and Smart Portrait functions, alongside image stabilization and smile timer technologies to reduce the amount of mis-shots for natural, candid results. Captured content can be reviewed on the unit's 3-inch high-resolution LCD display, where users can apply various filter and edit effects for immediate uploading.
- Available in Black and Pink color schemes
- 5x optical zoom
- Illustrated buttons
- Native iDevice projection support
- Focus lock
- SD/SDHC/SDXC card support
- 94MB internal storage
- Voice memo capabilities
- In-camera image editing
User Reviews (1)
as small as a typical compact camera, projector function doesn't make it too bulky
image quality is good enough for the average user, gets clear and sharp images
projector can create a big, bright image
video performance in 720p mode is great, gets sharp HD-worthy footage
user interface is simplistic, takes no time to get used to at all
lots of noise in darker shots, doesn't get much detail
inconsistent sharpness around the edge of the frame
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