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The Nytech AF 3570 is a
mid-range 35mm film camera. It was first released about 2000 when the digital market was coming up. It has a moderate zoom that covers 35-70mm in a small body of a very sober design. There was a date version and a silver version. Nytech is a German Company which initially made computers as Targa, but then changed to various consumer products, made in the Far East. The camera's main features are:

35-70mm F5.6-10 lens, 5 elements in 5 groups, autofocus with focus lock, min. focus 0,9m
Electronic shutter, 1/300 -1/60 in flash mode, 1/300 -1/3 in flash off mode
Size 113x65x35,  Weight 185 gr.
100-400 ISO according to manual, but all contacts present, automatic DX coding, automatic film advance, AF and AE, special modes: red eye reduction, flash off, fill-in flash, night mode,
infinity mode, self timer

Camera front closed.

Camera back. Viewer with 1 LED for AE and AF.

Camera front open. The flash is set automatically. Flash guide number ~18 (m/ISO 100). The lens moves automatically to 35mm.

The lens set to wide position, 35mm.

Lens moved out to its tele position.

View from above  LCD screen. On/off button, self timer button
, mode button, mid roll rewind. Shutter release button. Wide/Tele buttons.

View from below. Tripod socket. Battery compartment, takes a CR123 battery.

Film compartment.

This camera is easy to use. Autofocus is responsive and works well. Putting a film is easy as well, you drop the film
, tear the film leader up to the mark and that's it. The camera winds it automatically. It has some settings if needed, the menu is very easy to access on a big clear LCD screen.

It's a good point and shoot camera with a moderate wide angle zoom lens, good picture quality, nice finish in a very small and light body. It sets the flash on from start, but has a flash off mode. A nice camera, easy point and shoot with zoom.