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Film rewind knob design for FUJIFILM’s FUJICA brand half-film cameras!



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Today we will introduce the film rewind knob of FUJIFILM’s FUJICA brand film half camera released in 1963.

FUJICA Half (Reference product)


The film rewind knob is located inside the self-timer dial on the ceiling of the camera.

The rewind knob comes out when the center of the arrow marking section is raised.

The knob is made of steel and has a knurled shape on the rotating part.

In this issue, we introduced a film rewind knob for FUJIFILM’s FUJICA-brand half-camera released in 1963.

Crank-type rewind knobs were common in this era.

The arrow markings indicating the direction of rotation are also indispensable!

Please look forward to my next installment, which will focus on various aspects of film cameras!

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