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Film counter design for a Konica film SLR camera!



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In this issue we will be looking at the film counter of Konica’s manual focus film SLR camera released in 1976.

Konica ACOM-1  (Reference product)

The film counter is located in front of the shutter release button and film winding lever.

The dial is inside a clear plastic cover.

The start of the “S” is in black letters on a white base.

When the film is wound up during shooting, the black color base changes to white color letters to start counting.

In this article, we introduced a film counter for Konica’s 1976 release manual focus SLR camera.

Film counters are a must-have feature of every camera.

It is fun to discover how each manufacturer has designed their film counters to be easy to see.

We look forward to introducing more film cameras of various designs and functions in the future!

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