Film loading section design of FUJIFILM’s film compact cameras Part 3!
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 take a look at the film loading section design of the autofocus zoom film compact camera released by FUJIFILM in 1993.
FUJI ZOOM CARDIA SPREAM OP (Reference product)
The bottom part of the body of the film chamber lid on the back of the camera is designed to be cut at an angle from the hinge of the lid.
The film chamber lid opens to about the diameter of the film.
Then, slide the film into the loading section.
The film is loaded very easily, and when the lid is closed, the camera is ready to shoot.
Today we introduced the film loading design of FUJIFILM’s 1993 release autofocus zoom compact camera.
This film loading design is often used in Fujifilm’s compact cameras.
It is a very good smart design that allows film to be loaded in a compact size!
We will continue to introduce you to various film cameras with their great ideas designs and functions, so please look forward to them in the future!
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