is a very basic compact camera. I
got it for next to nothing on a flea, so I tested it
nevertheless. It was launched in 1999, also named Fun Touch 6. A date
version exist. There was a very similar model, the EF 400 SV (Nice
Touch 5), which has no autofocus. Because of the very big and clear
viewfinder it has SV = Super Viewfinder in its name. There was a
successor, the re-styled AF 250 SV.
Its main features are:
28mm F5.6 lens, 3 elements in 3 groups, min. focus 1m Flash indication in the viewerfinder window Shutter speed fixed 1/100 Size 110x67x37, Weight 155 gr. Limited DX code for ISO 100 - 400 (only 2 contacts), auto wind, AE, AF, flash off or on
view. Flash OK lamp. Very big viewer. Film type window.
from above. Just a shutter button and a mecanical film counter.
Seen from below. Battery compartment (takes 2 AA batteries).Tripod socket, mid-roll rewind.
open. Buttons for flash always and flash Off. You have to hold the button while taking the photo. Flash guide no. is 15/100 ISO.
Film compartment open.
Camera and pouch.
camera is incredibly basic. You slide it open and push the shutter,
that's all. There are no features except flash on in
situations and flash off. All the rest is automatic. The camera has a
fixed 1/100 shutter speed. It has a big viewfinder, good if you wear
glasses. No slow shutter speeds for night photos. Point and shoot as
as possible. I did not know that Nikon made cameras that simple, it's a bit of a deception.