The Nikon L35AD2 is the second camera in Nikon's legendary series of autofocus 80s point-and-shoots (following the L35AF). The camera is better known as the L35AF2 or One Touch (which are identical except that they lack the date imprinting option of the L35AFD).
The L35AD2's lens (35mm f/2.8, four elements in three groups) is very sharp. The viewfinder shows a needle and pictograms to let you know if the autofocus is being fooled. Locking focus (like when you want your subject to be to the side of the frame) is as simple as a half-press of the shutter.
The camera is powered by 2 AA batteries (not included). The original leatherette case is included.
Add-ons + film: 24-exposure roll of FujiColor 200 film
Condition notes The camera and lens are in excellent functional condition and very good aesthetic condition (see photos). We tested the camera with film. In our testing, the camera produced very sharp images with excellent contrast and accurate auto-focus.
Type of Camera: 35mm compact camera with autofocus, auto exposure, auto pop-up flash, auto flash exposure, auto shutter lock, auto film loading, auto film speed setting, auto film advance, auto film rewind, auto film rewind stop and auto ready lens cover. Okay, Nikon, we get the idea... auto is cool.
Film: Only DX-coded 35mm film from ISO 50 to ISO 1600, and non-DX-coded ISO 100 film. (All non-DX-coded films are automatically set to ISO 100)
Picture Format: 24mm x 36mm
Lens: Nikon lens 35mm f/2.8, four elements in three groups
Shutter: Programmed electronic shutter; also serves as diaphragm blades