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Flash design for FUJIFILM’s FUJICA-branded film autofocus compact cameras!



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Today we will be looking at the flash design of FUJIFILM’s FUJICA brand film autofocus compact cameras released in 1984.

FUJICA AUTO-7 QD (Reference product)


The flash is located on the upper right side of the camera when viewed from the front.

The flash light emitting part is a rectangular type with horizontal slits.

There is a flash slide switch at the bottom of the flash emitting section, and when the flash is ready to fire, the clear part of the ceiling glows to enable flash photography.

This time we introduced a flash for FUJIFILM’s FUJICA brand film autofocus compact camera released in 1984.

The flash-related parts are integrated together, making it very convenient and easy to use.

The flash start lamp seems to glow in green color, so I would like to try to make it fire in the future!

Please look forward to the next installment of this column, which will focus on various detailed features related to film cameras!

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