Friday, August 20, 2010

Nikon’s Coolpix camera with built-in projector

Last year Nikon introduced the world's first compact camera that featured a built-in projector called S1000pj. Along with a front-facing projector, it also consists of a 12.1 megapixel CCD sensor, a 5x optical zoom lens, a 2.7 inch LCD display and also a SD/SDHC support. Now Nikon has revealed its successor named Coolpix S1100pj.

It has a curvy new design and comes in a couple of extra color choices that also contains black and silver and users are also offered violet and green. Projected images benefit from a full 16 million color palette and can range from 5 to 47 inches diagonally across from a throw distance of 10 inches to over 7 feet away and there's a 30:1 contrast ratio. It also has a built-in touch interface.

The camera's CCD sensor is now 14.1 megapixels but the lens remains the same 5x optical NIKKOR wide-angle zoom like it predecessor. The camera, Coolpix, now records up to 720p high definition and the touchscreen LCD display, 3 inches diagonally, has a resolution of 460,000 dots. The ISO sensitivity remains the same as the S1000pj but memory card support has been extended to include SDXC.

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