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Film sensitivity setting dial design for Minolta film compact autofocus cameras!



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Today we will show you the film sensitivity setting dial of Minolta’s film autofocus compact camera released in 1983.

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

There is a sensitivity setting display window on the top surface, with ASA and ISO indications clearly marked on both sides.

Turning the knurled dial around the lens on the underside of the window sets the film sensitivity number.

The setting display allows sensitivity settings of 25, 50, 100, 200, 400, and 1000.

This time we introduced the film sensitivity setting dial of Minolta’s film compact autofocus camera released in 1983.

This setting function is indispensable for film camera photography.

It is a wonderful film camera that allows you to easily take good pictures because you can set the film sensitivity even with a film compact camera!

We will continue to introduce the standard functional parts and design of film cameras in the future, so please look forward to it!

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