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Autofocus window design for Minolta film compact autofocus cameras!



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Because we can’t speak english

I am using DeepL translate, so it may be a strange sentence,

but I would like you to understand

Thank you!

Today we are pleased to present the autofocus window of a Minolta film autofocus compact camera released in 1983.

(Reference product without front cover)


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

An autofocus window of the same shape is attached to both ends of the viewfinder.

In this issue, we introduced the autofocus window of Minolta’s film compact autofocus camera released in 1983.

This window is essential for the autofocus function.

It is a matter of course, but you will surely take a great picture with the autofocus window set evenly!

Please look forward to my future columns on the standard features of various film cameras, as well as other designs that I find interesting!

Thank you for reading my column today.

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