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Canon film SLR camera shutter button design Part 2!



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In this issue, we will look at the shutter button design of an autofocus film SLR camera released in 1993 by Canon.

Canon EOS Kiss (Reference product)

The shutter button on the EOS Kiss is located forward on the top of the grip near the shutter speed and aperture adjustment dials.

The shutter release button is located in a short, long-hole-shaped depression.

This is a very light shutter release button that can be pressed very lightly.

This time we introduced the shutter button on Canon’s 1993 release autofocus SLR camera.

The shutter button is located on a smaller grip than the EOS 10QD introduced in the previous issue, and the shutter button is very easy to press.

The easy-to-use shutter button makes this camera an easy-to-use film SLR camera for anyone to enjoy.


I will continue to write columns on various film cameras and their features of interest, so please look forward to them!

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