Film chamber lid open knob design for Canon film SLR cameras!
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
I would like to introduce the film chamber lid open knob design of Canon’s auto-focus film SLR camera released in 1990.
Canon EOS 10 QD (Reference product)
On film SLR cameras with autofocus, a knob on the side of the body is used to open the film chamber.
Slide the rectangular knob in the center of the long-hole-shaped slide on the side down while pressing down.
The long-hole-shaped slide moves down and opens the film chamber lid.
The open knob fits neatly without destroying the design.
In this issue, we introduced the film chamber lid open knob design of Canon’s 1990 autofocus film SLR cameras.
Most of the SLR cameras with autofocus released around 1990 use this method to open and close the film chamber.
The open knob is very clear, compact, and easy to use.
I will continue to write columns about designs and discoveries of film cameras that interest me, so please look forward to them!
Thank you for reading my column today.
Our company sells vintage cameras and lenses, anime goods, and boomboxes, so please visit the URL below.
Cameras & Lenses
Acoustics and others
Vintage Shop Japan Inc. Official Website
Official website (English) URL
Official website (Japanese) URL
Writer Takashi Okumura