Canon rangefinder compact camera pasted leather!
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
In this issue, we would like to introduce you to the pasted leather of a Canon rangefinder film compact camera released in 1965.
Canonet QL 25 (Reference product)
The Canonet QL 25’s paste leather has a rounded, horizontal pattern design.
The paste leather bracket on the front surface is not attached.
The leather on the hinge of the film chamber is also applied without peeling or lifting.
The opening and closing of the film chamber on the opposite side is also securely covered with the same design of pasted leather.
The rear film chamber lid is covered with the same pattern of pasted leather as the front, but with brackets that are slightly rounded at the top and bottom.
In this article, we introduced the paste leather of a Canon rangefinder film compact camera released in 1965.
This camera is covered with an orthodox narrow rounded pattern design.
In the rangefinder compact cameras I have introduced in this column, I have found that there are roughly two types of pasted leather in terms of design, and that brackets tend to be mounted on the rear of the camera, not on the front side.
We will continue to write columns on film camera concerns and designs in the future, so please look forward to them!
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Writer Takashi Okumura