The Nikon TW20 is a snapshot camera. It was introduced in the 80s by the Japanese manufacturer. The compact camera was mainly aimed at beginners. The model was also offered under the name Nikon Tele Touch 300.
The zoom lens of the 35mm photo camera cannot be replaced. The two focal lengths 35 mm and 55 mm are available. The maximum aperture is f/3.8 or f/5.7. With a switch you can switch between the two lenses.
With the Nikon TW20 you do not have to focus by hand. The camera has an autofocus. The closest focusing distance of the lens is 45 cm.
The 35mm camera is equipped with a built-in light meter. The light meter is built for films with a sensitivity of ISO 100 to ISO 1000. The camera determines the correct sensitivity of the film by means of the DX code on the film cartridge. The exposure is set automatically by the camera. Aperture and shutter speed cannot be set.
The camera comes with a built-in flash. The flash comes with the possibility of red-eye reduction. This feature was a big novelty at that time. Also a self-timer and a tripod thread are not missing. The self-timer can also take two consecutive pictures.
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