Name: Nikon EF300
Predecessor: Nikon AF220
Art: Snapshot camera
Type of Film: 35mm
Focal length: 29 mm
Maximum aperture: f/4.5
Flash / Flash connection: Built-in flash
Release date: 1997
Age: Up to 24 years
The Nikon EF300 is a snapshot camera from the 90s. It is the successor of the Nikon AF220. The model was also offered in some markets as Nikon Nice Touch 4.
The lens of the camera cannot be changed. 29 mm is the focal length of the lens. The largest aperture of the camera is f/4.5. The focus of the lens is fixed. The camera has a built-in light meter. The exposure is automatically adjusted by the Nikon EF300.
In low light conditions, the built-in flash can be used. The flash range is specified as 8 meters. The 35mm photo camera comes with a thread for a tripod. A self-timer is also built in.