The Nikon Lite Touch was the smallest 35 mm camera ever when it was introduced.
I liked the size, but even more I liked the fact that it has a 28 mm lens, because I've always enjoyed working with wide-angles.
This is a great camera, with excellent optics, and I got lots of good results from it. For a couple of years I carried this camera everyewhere, until it was supplanted by the Minolta Freedom Explorer.
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