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Film loading section design of FUJIFILM’s film compact cameras Part 2!



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Today we will take a look at the film loading section design of the autofocus zoom film compact camera released by FUJIFILM in 1987.

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The film chamber lid on the back of the camera is designed with about half of the bottom of the body cut in at an angle.

The film chamber lid opens only to this state.

The film loading section is a semicircle at the bottom of the body into which the film is inserted.

The film is loaded in this manner by simply opening the lid slightly.

Today we introduced the film chamber design of FUJIFILM’s 1987 release of an autofocus zoom compact camera.

This camera features a film chamber lid.

I think it is a great idea because it allows you to complete the film loading in a small space.

We will continue to introduce various film cameras with their unique designs and functions in the future!

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