The coolest camera features of 2010

Sometimes, choosing a camera demands considerations other than image quality and battery life. These cameras have innovative extras that may win you over as soon as you try them.

Nikon's Built-In Projector



Good for: Sharing photos the old-school way

A few years ago, it would have been logical to predict that every camera in 2010 would offer built-in Wi-Fi. But with the Eye-Fi card taking care of most wireless sharing needs, camera makers are getting creative and providing other means of photo sharing. Sony has TransferJet and Kodak has in-camera Facebook tagging, but Nikon may have the coolest in-camera sharing technology of them all: the Coolpix S1000pj's built-in projector, which beams your photos and video to the nearest flat surface for all to see, ridicule, or make shadow puppets onto.

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