Nikon Nuvis A20

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The Nikon Nuvis A20 was a simplistic APS film autofocus camera with 25mm fixed lens (equivalent to 31mm on a 35mm camera).

The camera feature a flash and self time option. Focus could be locked. The camera could only read 100ASA or 200ASA films. If higher speeds were used, the camera would set for 200ASA. Camera could only be loaded with unused film. Film count displayed in passive LCD on rear. Had sliding door on front to protect lens/activate.


  • Lens: 25mm 1:5.6 - 3 elements in 3 groups
  • Shutter
    • Programmed electronic shutter
    • speed 1/125 or 1/200 in daylight. 1/50 with Flash
    • Also acts as diaphragm blades
  • Focusing: Infrared active focusing system with with focus lock
  • Focal range: 0.9m to infinity
  • Exposure: Autoexposure
  • Viewfinder: Reverse Galilean Albada-bright frame type. ~ 0.4x magnification
  • Flash: Guide number 13 (ISO 200 in meter)
  • Film advance: Drop in system with DX decoding. Autowind/rewind
  • Power: 2XAA