Nikon Nuvis 75

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The Nikon Nuvis 75 was one of the earlier compact cameras for the Advanced Photo System, introduced by Nikon in 1996. It was available in two variants, with the 75i offering an enhanced set of APS dating functions and remote control. The standard Nuvis 75 model provided just the three usual APS image formats. Of course both variants included the normal functions of a fully automatic compact zoom camera, with different automatic flash modes, autofocus and with fully automatic exposure.


  • Zoom lens: 30-60mm, f/4.5-8.5 (equivalent to 37.5-75mm in 35mm format).
  • Power: 3V CR123A (or DL123) lithium battery