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Film compact camera grip design by Canon !



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Today we will be looking at the grip design of an auto-focus film compact camera released by Canon in 1979.

Canon AF35M Autoboy (Reference product)

This is a slightly larger compact camera made of plastic in black color.

The grip section is designed to be non-slip like the ring on an SLR camera lens.

Viewed from the top, the grip section is slightly thicker.

The shutter release button section is completely separate from the grip section.

The grip is quite thin when viewed from the bottom.

The side section has a strap cover.

All film chambers on the back are designed to the same specifications as the grip section.

Today we have a grip design from Canon’s 1979 release of an auto-focus compact camera.

The grip design of this camera is really a simple grip design.

It is very clean and blends in with the overall design of the camera.

We hope to discover and introduce more grip designs for film compact cameras in the future, so please look forward to it!

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Writer Takashi Okumura