The Nikon AF250SV is a compact camera with autofocus introduced by Nikon in 2002[1]. It has a fixed wide-angle lens, autofocus, and auto-exposure. This stylish and lightweight compact was Nikon's final non-zoom model for 35mm film. It was a restyled AF240SV with the addition of a self-timer and possibly a better coating on the lens. A QD (quartz date) version was available for date imprinting.


  • Lens: Fixed 28mm.
  • Integral flash with multiple modes including red-eye reduction.
  • Extra-large, ultra-clear Super Viewfinder (SV).
  • Auto-loading, winding and rewinding of DX-coded film.
  • Self-timer.
  • Tripod socket.
  • Power: 3V CR123A lithium battery.


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