Tools for sharing photos and videos are increasingly being seen in digital cameras these days. Features such as image enhancement and slideshow with background music and transition effect are common. Some cameras also offer selectable music tracks to go with the mood of your photos. Nikon has gone a few steps further and packed a projector in their latest addition to the Coolpix lineup, the S1000pj.
The projector window is at the center of the face below the flash. There’s a switch on the top for switching to the projector and a slider for adjusting the projector’s focus. The zoom lever encircling the shutter release button is at the right end next to the on/off button.
The area above the control panel is slightly depressed and has dimples for a firm grip. To the left of the grip are an IR sensor, flash charging indicator and a tiny speaker grille. There’s another IR sensor right next to the lens. The camera bundles with a tiny little remote control that serves two purposes. Firstly you can control the slideshow with the d-pad and secondly it’s a wireless shutter release with zoom controls. So no need of scurrying into the frame before the timer runs out if you want to be in the picture. And with two IR sensors it doesn’t matter whether you’re in front of or behind the camera.
Updated 25 May, 2013, 6:56 pm IST
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