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Paste leather design for FUJIFILM’s FUJICA brand film half cameras!



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Today we would like to introduce you to the pasted leather of FUJIFILM’s FUJICA brand film half cameras released in 1963.

FUJICA Half (Reference product)


Paste leather on this camera is applied to various parts of the camera.

In the front part of the camera, it is attached from the side to the left and right of the lens.

It is also mounted on the ceiling of the camera.

And it is also attached to the film chamber lid and floor area.

In this issue, we introduced the paste leather of FUJIFILM’s FUJICA-branded half camera released in 1963.

This is a standard type of pasted leather found on compact cameras of this era.

Since it is stretched over almost the entire surface, it has the effect of making the camera look very intrepid in terms of color design!

Please look forward to the next installment of this series, which will focus on various designs of film cameras and other topics!

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