Nikon COOLPIX S1100pj

Macworld Australia Staff
18 August, 2010
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Press Release

A new direction for compact digital cameras; capture & instantly share images, video and data with Nikon’s second generation projector equipped camera.

Sydney – Nikon Australia is pleased to announce the release of the COOLPIX S1100pj, offering brighter projection and a larger touch screen monitor than its predecessor. The camera also comes with PC input enabling instant projection of computer data.

With the release of the COOLPIX S1000pj, the world’s first digital camera with a built-in projector, in October 2009, Nikon introduced new ways to enjoy a digital camera with the ability to project and share images captured with the camera. Nikon has increased the ways in which the built-in projector can be used, equipping the COOLPIX S1100pj with a PC input allowing the device to project computer data in addition to photographs and video footage.

The new COOLPIX S1100pj responds even better to photographers’ needs, increasing projection brightness by 40% (compared to the COOLPIX S1000pj. In addition, the S1100pj features a 3-inch TFT LCD touch screen monitor enabling intuitive camera operation.

With a simple touch of a button, the camera projects data, photos or movie clips on any flat surface at up to 47 inches in size. Pictures can be projected individually, or as slide shows complete with music and added effects that enhance the experience.

Equipped with brighter and clearer projection, simpler operation and support for a broader range of applications, the COOLPIX S1100pj continues to offer superior camera functions for capturing still images and movies. This model proposes new ways to enjoy a digital camera with the ability to record and instantly share memories anywhere, anytime.

Available in silver and black. RRP $499.00

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