Your personal theater on the go.
- Rechargeable Li-ion Battery EN-EL12
- Battery Charger MH-65
- USB Cable UC-E6
- Audio Video Cable EG-CP14
- Strap AN-CP19
- Projector Stand ET-2
- Remote Control ML-L4
- Software Suite CD-ROM
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2010 DYA Award
The Nikon COOLPIX S1000pj with integrated pico projector is the recipient of the 2010 Gold Display Application of the Year Award from the Society of Information Display. The Society for Information Display (SID) commends Nikon's ongoing commitment to innovation and helping to shape the future of display performance and solutions.
2009 CES Innovation Award
Digital Imaging Category
The Innovations Design and Engineering Awards program recognizes the most innovative consumer electronics products in the industry's hottest product categories. Innovations has become a hallmark for the best designed products in consumer technology. The digital imaging category consists of products designed to enhance the visual experience and/or allow the user to capture, store and edit still or movie video images. The CES Innovation Award team wrote, “Nikon's S1000pj is the world's first digital camera with a built-in projector, allowing the user to project images and videos as large as 40-inch for a new photo-sharing experience.”
2009 Popular Mechanics Breakthrough Awards
The Popular Mechanics Breakthrough Awards recognizes innovations that make great contributions to science, technology and society. Popular Mechanics awards the top 10 most brilliant gadgets, tools and toys that you can buy in 2009. Popular Mechanics wrote, “Now, Nikon has notched a first: The tiny LED projector in its 12.1-megapixel, $430 compact camera casts large, clear images onto a wall. This promises to resurrect the slide shows of earlier eras, without the hassle of actual slides.”
2009 Popular Science Best of What’s New Award
The prominent Popular Science Best of What’s New Award are standards by which Popular Science judges the year's greatest innovations. The objects don’t need to be beautiful, eco-friendly, or difficult to build. They just have to push past what the editors at Popular Science thought was possible twelve months ago. Popular science wrote, “The micro-projector has found its niche. The Nikon S1000pj is the first camera with one built in, so you can instantly share your shots and videos with the whole room. The same size as an ordinary point-and-shoot, it uses an imaging chip similar to those in tabletop projectors, plus a low-power LED that bounces light off the chip. The resulting images shine through an extra lens on the front cover, splashing 40-inch murals on the wall.”