Comes with CS-L100 leather case and manual. In 1993, Nikon released a compact camera with a retro-classic look, the Nikon 35Ti, followed one year later by its companion, the Nikon 28Ti. Both cameras feature an identical design, with most body panels made of titanium and a top plate with a clear window, showing needles (like a clock) that indicate distance, shutter time and aperture. The Nikon 35Ti (in chrome) has a Nikkor 2.8/35mm.(with ED-glass), whereas the Nikon 28Ti (in black) has a Nikkor 2.8/28mm. Both cameras have an aperture priority, full automatic exposure program, exposure compensation, auto focus (+ manual override), built-in flash, central shutter, 3D light measuring system (as in Nikon F90: centre-weighted and matrix), panorama-image-switch and a metal lens cover.