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Film compact camera grip design by FUJIFILM Part 2 !



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Today we will be looking at the grip design of an autofocus zoom film compact camera released by Fujifilm in 1993.

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This compact camera is made of plastic in a deep gray color.

The grip is not a stand-alone grip, but has three silver-colored moldings that hold the fingers in place.

From the top, you can see the thickness and curved design of the braid.

The gold-colored shutter release button area is designed to be easy to press.

The shape of the battery compartment lid on the side can be seen from the bottom.

The rear has three narrow moldings molded into the film chamber area.

The sides have a clean, curved design.

Today we have a look at the grip design of Fujifilm’s 1993 release of an autofocus zoom compact camera.

The grip design of this camera seems to be a part of the overall design of the camera, rather than a stand-alone grip.

The grip design seems to have been simplified as much as possible, and the three braid strips accentuate the camera and complete the overall camera design.

We will continue to introduce various film compact camera grip designs in the future, so please look forward to it!

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