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Nikon S1000pj camera with built-in projector
Photo: Company [Aug 4, 2009]

Nikon has unveiled its new Coolpix S1000pj digital camera which features what the company says is the world's first built-in projector.

The Coolpix S1000pj transforms photo-sharing into a multimedia experience, the company said. With the touch of a button, users can project images and videos as large as 40 inches, and with the camera's slideshow function, playback pictures with music, effects and creative transitions.

Additional features of the S1000pj include: 12.1 megapixels; a 5x wide-angle zoom Nikkor glass lens; ISO from 64-6400; a 2.7-inch wide-angle LCD display; 5-way image stabilization system; subject tracking; scene auto selector mode; and movie mode, the company said

The S1000pj will be available in matte black, in September 2009, for US$429.95 MSRP, Nikon added.

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