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Film sensitivity dial design for Konica film compact cameras!



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Today we will be looking at the film sensitivity dial design of an auto-focus film compact camera released by Konica in 1977.

Konica C35 AF (Reference product)

The film sensitivity dial is located on the outside of the camera lens.

Turning the dial located near the lens displays the film sensitivity value in the window at the bottom.

Film sensitivity is indicated by the ASA standard.

The values are 25, 50, 100, 200, and 400.

Today we introduced the film sensitivity dial design of Konica’s 1977 release auto-focus compact camera.

Although this camera is a compact camera, it has a film sensitivity dial just like an SLR camera.

The settings are unique, making this camera a very fun and authentic way to enjoy film photography.

We will continue to discover and introduce equipment and designs of film cameras that you can enjoy and are interested in, so please look forward to it!

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