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Lid of the film chamber of an Olympus half-size camera!



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Because we can’t speak english

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In this issue, we would like to introduce the film chamber lid of the Olympus film half-size camera released in 1962.

OLYMPUS PEN-D (Reference product)

The lid of the film chamber of the PEN-D is located on the back of the body.

Stand and turn the stored knob at the bottom.

Then the lid of the film chamber, which is integrated with the bottom, can be removed.

The film can be easily installed in this state.

In this issue, we introduced the film chamber lid of an Olympus half-size film camera released in 1962.

In a normal SLR or compact camera, the film chamber lid is hinged and single-open, but the bottom is also split at the same time.

I believe that the split type was designed for quick film removal and attachment.

We will continue to write columns on various aspects of film cameras that interest us, so please look forward to them!

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