The Nikon Lite Touch AF or Nikon AF 600 is a very compact, fixed prime lens point-and-shoot camera introduced in 1993. At the time, it was considered the smallest and lightest 35mm point-and-shoot on the market. It’s so tiny that it gives the Olympus XA a run for its money. With a shape and size that’s very reminiscent of a bar of soap, it can slip in and out of any normal sized pocket with ease. And weighing only 155 grams, you’ll barely notice it’s there.
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