Nikon Pronea S

The Nikon Pronea S is a fully automatic single lens reflex camera designed for the Advanced Photo System (APS) film cartridge. The now discontinued APS film format was launched in 1996, features an automatically loading cartridge aimed at photographers who were willing to trade a smaller frame size for a hassle-free film loading procedure, and was primarily sold by Kodak as Advantix and Fujifilm as Nexia. APS film had the misfortune of competing directly with a fledgling digital photography market which eventually overtook and completely overwhelmed it. Digital cameras had all but annihilated the APS film market by 2001 but it somehow managed to stagger on until it was officially discontinued in 2011.