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Nikon CoolPix S1000pj - Test Shots - Detail and Lens Performance

By Cliff Smith


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Review Price £298.82

A range of general test shots are shown over the next two pages. In some cases, the full size image has been reduced for bandwidth purposes, and a crop taken from the original full resolution image has been placed below it to show the overall image quality. Some other pictures may be clicked to view the original full-size image.


Here's the usual detail test shot of the West Window of Exeter Cathedral, for you to compare with other cameras. See below for a full res crop, or click to see the whole picture. The downloadable file is approximately 5.4MB.


Despite the 12.1MP resolution the re isn't much fine detail, mostly due to poor optical quality and image noise.


Not much wide-angle distortion, probably corrected in processing.


Centre sharpness is adequate, but not by much.


Significant blurring and chromatic aberration all around the edges of the frame.


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December 17, 2009, 9:23 pm

Mostly useless for the average consumer, in the UK at least. Anywhere you can find a darkened room, you'll probably also find a laptop or PC nearby. Any exceptions?


December 18, 2009, 4:54 pm

Sure. How about on a holiday? That's the primary use for most cams anyway, and most people don't lug around their laptop with them. I'm sure there are other situations where it might be handy. It's still terribly gimmicky, though, and nobody should buy one. If you think you might it, buy a standalone LED projector and connect the camera. That way you can also connect a computer or what-have-you and you don't need to lug around projector electronics when all you need is a camera.


December 18, 2009, 7:19 pm

Most places I ever visited there were internet cafes or friends with computers. I can think of one exception though - a rustic Spanish house I stayed in, 5 miles from the town, where my host cared little for electronics.

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