Exposure compensation dial on a FUJIFILM lens shutter film compact camera!
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 article, we will introduce the exposure compensation dial of FUJIFILM’s Fujica brand lens shutter film compact cameras released in 1962.
Fujica 35 AUTO-M (Reference product)
The exposure compensation dial is located next to the shutter release button and is shared with the film sensitivity dial.
Turn the outer ring to align the white indicator on the ring with the red triangular indicator inside the inner plate.
Each has a + and – value, and can be adjusted as desired up to the round orange section based on the red triangular indicator.
The outside of the dial is easy to turn and has an elaborate design.
In this article, we introduced the exposure compensation dial of FUJIFILM’s Fujica brand lens shutter film compact camera released in 1962.
The exposure compensation dial on this camera is shared with the film sensitivity setting dial.
Although it is a compact camera, it has the luxury of being able to adjust exposure compensation like an SLR camera.
We will continue to introduce various interesting features and designs of film cameras in the future!
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