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Minolta film compact autofocus camera flash design!



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Today we are pleased to present a flash from a Minolta film autofocus compact camera released in 1983.

(Reference product without front cover)


The flash emitting surface is located in the upper right corner when looking at the camera from the front.

To use the flash, slide the cream-colored slide switch on the back of the light-emitting surface to the left to pop up the light-emitting surface.

When the pilot light next to the film window next to the slide switch turns green, the camera is ready for flash photography.

This time we introduced a flash for Minolta’s film compact autofocus camera released in 1983.

This flash is indispensable for night and indoor photography.

The flash of this camera is very easy to set up, so you can enjoy film camera photography in any environment!

Please look forward to my future columns on the standard features of various film cameras, as well as other designs that I find interesting!

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