Different (from the other two in this series) each are very unique
M. Gehret "G-Man Colorado", Amazon
4 June 2013
Summary: Nikon created 3 very different projector cameras in this Series. The initial launch was the S1000pj which is impressive. Built (most solid) However, It didn't offer the larger screen which are 3 inch. But Nikon's first launch is well throught out, nicely designed, rugid and a winner. The Second model, S1100pj had many changes/improvements from the first. And, the final projection camera (S1200pj)...is stellar.
Summary: Pros: many exposure preset options. More advanced than basic point and shoot camera. Relatively small and portable. The projector is easy to use. After learning to navigate through the options it becomes relatively easy to use. Cons:a new system of selecting features takes some tIme. Lumens (brightness) for projector is a little weak but acceptable for something so small.
Summary: The camera takes great pictures and is easy to use. The built-in-projector has much to be desired. When viewing you think your pictures are dark and not clear I suppose for a quick peak it wouldn't be bad but I expected better.
Summary: The projector is 14 lumens but is not as powerful or as big a pk102 which is 11 lumens. Connecting it to a PC requires installing a software using a CD they provide. The projection lags a lot on a netbook. You have to switch the settings of the camera every time you want to change from uploading photos to computer and using the computer as a projector.
Summary: The touch screen is not as sensitive as I would like it to be without using the stylus. Whenever I'm trying to change settings or go to the next picture, it doesn't wan't to respond when I try to move it accross the screen... unless I press harder than normal. Maybe I'm just too used to the iPod Touches screen. The projector is very nice, but it has to be pretty dark to be "very nice".
Summary: This camera is very easy to use however the cd-rom that contains the user manual is very important to go through before using the product. I found out there are so many shooting options with this camera but like most digitals, there is a "dummy" mode which really works great and adapts to most shots! I hadn't replaced my digital in so long but this camera is a major upgrade and I am so glad I decided on this one!
Summary: We had some problems seeing any image on the touch screen when taking a picture in bright light. Can't find a way to correct that. And where is the manual? is it on the disks or a no show. The quick guide is basically useless to understand the camera.
Summary: This is the first camera I've spent more than $100 on, so I haven't used tons of cameras at this price range. The touch screen is really touchy you need to press down really hard for it to work. The pictures are good, just a tad shaky sometimes. The video quality is great and that's probably the main reason I got this. So you might be able to find a little better camera for the price, but this is still good.