The Nikon AF600 is a compact camera for 35mm film, introduced by Nikon in 1993. It has a fixed wide-angle lens, autofocus, and auto-exposure. At the time of its introduction, the AF600 was the world's smallest and lightest AF/AE camera.. It offered a panorama mode. A QD (quartz date) version was available for date imprinting.
Specifications[edit | edit source]
- Lens: Fixed 28mm, f/3.5
- Integral flash.
- Close focus "Macro" capability.
- Auto-loading, winding and rewinding of DX-coded film.
- Tripod socket.
- Dimensions: 108x62x32mm.
- Weight: 155g (without 3V CR123A lithium battery).