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Body design of FUJIFILM’s Rapid System film compact camera!



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Because we can’t speak english

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Today we would like to share with you some of our favorite parts of the body design of FUJIFILM’s FUJICA-branded Rapid System compact camera released in 1966.

FUJICA RAPID SF (Reference product)


The press design in the upper left corner of the front view is of interest.

A line that rises diagonally up from a straight line is good!

There is another design of interest in the rear. The design is a line that continues from the front and goes up at a slight angle.

The body is pressed and molded, so it is stepped.

This time we introduced the body design of the FUJICA Rapid System film compact camera released in 1966.

The body is molded by press, so it has a crisp body design.

The non-plastic body design is very intrepid and wonderful!

We will continue to introduce various aspects of film cameras and body designs that you may be interested in, so please look forward to reading more!

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