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Film loading design of a RICOH film compact camera!



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Today we will be looking at the film loading design of an autofocus film compact camera released by RICOH in 1992.

RICOH MYPORT ZOOM 90P (Reference product) 

The lid of the film chamber is designed to fit inside the film chamber with the part near the hinge for easy film loading.

When the lid of the film chamber is opened, the upper part of the interior is shaped like this for easy loading.

Load the film by inserting the bottom side of the film first.

Today we have a film loading design from RICOH’s 1992 release of an autofocus compact camera.

In the 1990s, there seemed to be fewer and fewer cameras with machined floor surfaces.

I think it is a little sad that it is no longer noticeable in terms of exterior design.

We will continue to introduce various aspects of film compact cameras of interest and functional design in the future, so please look forward to it!

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