NIKON L35AF Point and Shoot 35mm Film Camera
►Released in 1983; Japan model
The L35AF was Nikon's first compact camera with autofocus. It was released in 1983, a few years after Nikon's competitors had opened up the point and shoot market. It was therefore also the first in the L series. It was an immediate hit thanks to its robust design and excellent specification. It has subsequently become a cult classic among collectors.
The L35AF was given the nickname 'Pikaichi' ("top notch") in Japan. In the USA, the camera was badged the "Nikon OneTouch". The lens was designed by Koichi Wakamiya as an update to the Sonnar formula.
- Fully automatic and autofocusing point and shoot - all you'll need to do is load film!
- Lens: 35mm f/2.8 with autofocus from 0.8m to infinity. It had 5 elements in 4 groups. 46mm filter thread
- Exposure: Fully automatic, range EV 6 (f/2.8 at 1/8 sec.) to EV 17 (f/17.5 at 1/430 sec.) with ASA/ISO 100 film
- Built-in pop-up flash, flash can be manually turned off by pressing the pop-up flash down
- Film Speed Range: ASA/ISO 50-400
Skill level: Beginner/Intermediate
Power source: 2 x AA Battery
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Great condition of camera body, minor signs of usage on body from normal wear, see detailed product images for reference. Clear lens free from dust, fog and fungus. Bright and clear viewfinder. Flash positive. Film advance and shutter release smoothly operating. Film counter positive. Mechanically is it thoroughly tested and is in fully working order.