Nikon Coolpix S1000pj (teardown)


Earlier this year, Nikon released the Coolpix S1000pj, a 12 megapixel point and shoot with the usual features, including image stabilization, face recognition, etc. However, the S1000pj features a built in projector into the usual diminutive point and shoot footprint, and also comes with a remote for controlling the projector in display mode, or for remote shooting. iFixit has gotten a hold of the unit, and detailed the difficult teardown process, which included component desoldering to get the extremely compact system completely apart. It is also interesting to compare this setup to other stand alone pico-projectors we have covered.

7 thoughts on “Nikon Coolpix S1000pj (teardown)

  1. Nikon Coolpix expands its collection with S1000pj model, a compact camera that integrates a projector to view your photos on the wall or similar surface, without connecting to a computer or TV. With just one click, you can project your images and share the time without cluster around the LCD. It also includes a remote control that lets you control the projector and the normal functions of the camera wirelessly and easy support for the projection for optimal viewing of images. As it is shown here –

  2. After a long back Nikon has come up with very good model named as Nikon Coolpix S1000pj according to me in broad daylight, in a square at 12 noon, needless to say we do not see much. And it’s rightly so, since the sun is slightly larger and brighter than the S1000pj. Even in finding places too enlightened, although it remains usable, but the image is already visible inside a cafe or in a room without curtains. To make the most of the image, the less light the better. It enables the projection of a push button; the focus can be doing with a dimmer placed on top of the device. At the same time it has scene Auto Selector automatically recognizes the scene in your picture and adjusts camera setting, incredible, Bright 2.7-inch High Resolution LCD makes it easy to compose and share your pictures with anti-glare coating and brightness adjustment. For more information see

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