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MINOLTA film SLR camera shutter button design!



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Today we will take a look at the shutter button design of Minolta’s 1991 autofocus film SLR camera.

MINOLTA α3xi (Reference product)

The shutter release button is located at the top of the grip.

It has a moderately sized shutter button design.

The grip design is designed to make it easy to press the shutter release button.

The shutter release button does not protrude from the top surface and is considered in the overall design.

In this issue, we have introduced the shutter button of MINOLTA’s 1991 release autofocus SLR camera.

The shutter button is located in a camera body with many curved surfaces, which was a trend in this era.

It is a shutter button design with good usability coupled with the grip design.

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

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