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Film compact camera grip design by RICOH!



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Today we will be looking at the grip design of an auto-focus film compact camera released by RICOH in 1992.

RICOH MYPORT ZOOM 90P (Reference product)

This compact camera is made of plastic and is black in color.
The grip from the front to the side is made of soft plastic and is a dark gray color almost black.

The front grip area is smaller in area.

A lighter gray-colored shutter shutter release button is attached to the top.

The design around the shutter shutter button has an indentation for easy pressing.

The lower part is completely different in design from the upper part.
The battery compartment is on the opposite side, so it is clean and clear.

The rear section is designed to be easy to grip around the base of the hinge of the film chamber.

There is a button on the side for macro photography.

Today we have a new grip design for RICOH’s 1992 release auto-focus compact camera.

The grip design of this camera’s film compact camera has a very clean design because the battery compartment is not inside the grip.

The grip is simple in design, but is molded to fit comfortably in the hand.

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

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