Film compact camera grip design by PENTAX !
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
Today we will be looking at the grip design of an autofocus zoom film compact camera released by PENTAX in 1995.
PENTAX ESPIO 115M (Reference product)
*The zoom lever is missing. Please understand.
It is made of plastic, gray color main, and the grip part is black color.
The grip section is designed with a non-slip material.
Viewed from the top, you can see that the area where the fingers hang is designed to be moderately comfortable.
The shutter release button is surrounded by a grip section, making it easy to press.
Viewed from the bottom, the grip design is very smooth and gentle on the hand.
The side section is a grip section to just under half of the battery compartment.
The back is designed to be easy to grip from around the hinge of the film chamber.
Today we introduced the grip design of PENTAX’s 1995 release of an autofocus zoom compact camera.
The grip design has a grip section that is color-coded from the body section.
When I actually held it, I found the grip design to be very smooth and gentle to the hand.
We hope to introduce more and more grip designs for film compact cameras in the future, so please look forward to it!
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Writer Takashi Okumura