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Flash design for Konica film compact cameras!



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

Konica C35 AF (Reference product) 

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

Press the POP-UP button located below the lens mount.

Press the button to pop up the flash.

The back of the flash contains illustrated procedural comments after flash use.

Today we have a flash design from Konica’s 1977 release of their auto-focus compact camera.

The style of popping up the flash when you want to use it is a very fun part of the camera.

I am happy to discover this crisp and very human pop-up style, which I use when I want to use it.

We hope to discover and introduce more standard film camera designs and functional designs in the future, so please look forward to it!

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