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Minolta film compact autofocus camera autodate function design!



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Today we will show you the autodate function of Minolta’s film autofocus compact camera released in 1983.

(Reference product without front cover)


The auto date function section is located on the front of the film chamber lid on the back of the camera.
It is divided into a setting section and a display section.
The display can be switched by pressing the purple-colored switch button on the upper left side.

(1) Dating function display.

(2) Clock function display.

(3) Alarm function.

Display can also be turned off.

In this issue, we introduced the auto-date function of Minolta’s film compact autofocus camera released in 1983.

The auto-date function is a function that allows you to enjoy taking pictures.

It is a very nice feature that brings back good memories later on.

And isn’t it wonderful to be able to know the time as well?

We will continue to introduce various features and interesting designs of film cameras in the future, so please look forward to it!

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