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Autofocus window design for an OLYMPUS film compact fully automatic camera!


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Today we will be looking at the autofocus window of a film compact fully automatic camera released by OLYMPUS in 1987.

OLYMPUS AZ-1 ZOOM QUARTZDATE (Reference product)

The autofocus window is located above the lens on the front of the camera.

At either end of the cds light sensor in the center of this image is the autofocus window.

The left side is a regular circle, while the right side is designed with the top and bottom cut horizontally.

Today we introduced the autofocus window of OLYMPUS’ 1987 release film compact fully automatic camera.

The autofocus window is very important for focusing.

The different left and right designs are looking very good!

We hope to discover and introduce more interesting aspects and fine designs of film cameras in the future, so please look forward to it!

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