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Flash design for Canon film compact cameras !



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Today we will take a look at the flash design of an auto-focus film compact camera released by Canon in 1979.

Canon AF35M Autoboy (Reference product)

Slide the flash switch to pop up the flash.

On the back of the flash are the shooting conditions when using the flash and explanatory comments.

When the lamp next to the viewfinder glows, flash photography is available.

Today we have a flash design from Canon’s 1979 release of an auto-focus compact camera.

The type of flash that pops up only when the flash is used is a design that existed in many cameras of this era.

The pop-up system is very fresh today, and I think you can enjoy your film camera life by being obsessed with the flash!

We hope to discover and introduce more equipment and functional design of film compact cameras in the future, so please look forward to it!

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Writer Takashi Okumura