Released in the fall of 2000, the Nikon Lite-Touch Zoom 120 was one of the last film point and shoot cameras before Nikon shifted focus to the digital compact market. The final compact film camera they produced was the Lite-Touch 100W in 2003. By this point, consumer models had begun inheriting advance features to help them stand out from the competition. This particular model includes a built-in diopter, macro capability, panorama mode, and ED glass.
World’s smallest, lightest 3.2x zoom compact camera with sliding lens cover*
38-120mm zoom lens
Nikon ED glass and aspherical lens elements
Wide-Area Passive AF
Versatile built-in flash with four flash modes: Auto Flash, Flash Cancel, Anytime Flash, and Slow Sync
Red-Eye Reduction selectable in any flash mode
Macro capability as close as 70cm (2.5 ft.) at 38mm [W] or 80cm (2.6 ft.) at 120mm [T]
Focus Lock and Infinity Focus
Self-timer and optional remote control
Lite-Touch Zoom 120ED QD features built-in Panorama (13.3 x 36 mm) mode and data imprinting
The cheaper Nikon alternative for the expensive Olympus MJU series!
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