Love this little camera. I can take it everywhere I go and even show off the pictures I take.
May 29, 2013
Excellent addition to DSLR camera bag
This is my first point-n-shoot camera and I am very impressed with its capabilities. The focus features are very impressive and rival my more expensive cameras. The projection feature is outstanding and makes it easy for friends and family to share without having to download to a computer and view on screen. The 14.1mp makes it easy to print big pictures
August 31, 2011
Need a hard copy manual to absorb the details.
With a manual of over 200 pages need to have hard copy . Have had some difficulty in obtaining - but hope to work it out. Looking forward to a long love affair with my S1100pj.
August 24, 2011
1- with every camera.. play with it.. test all the options and read the manual. This is a simple camera.
2- the zom is amazing. the colors are gorgeous the qality is superb.
June 27, 2011
I bought this camera with one expectation. I wanted it to take pictures and project some semblance of an image on the wall. Upon powering up the device - I pointed the camera in projector mode at the wall. Not a lot of useful stuff on the screen - though I could see text. I focused and then look again. Nothing good. At least it was projecting ... I tried the camera and the pictures came out very bright, colorful, and full of detail. I turned the projector function on - and BAM. There it was - much brighter than I would have expected from an LED backlight and crisp color. Funny - CONTENT made all the difference in the world. I realized what a dufus I was for attempting to view the projector functions without SOMETHING to look AT on the screen. Video in HD is amazing. Video in VGA is perfect size for the projector. Records audio - and plays it back from a builtin speaker. I reccommend this camera highly - for anyone in the market for a pocket shooter. This is my first day with the camera. I'm off to the Technical Experts Conference in Vegas in a couple days. Then I'll get a chance to put it through its paces.
Oh ... and its uber geeky kewl.
April 13, 2011