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RICOH film compact camera body design!



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Today we are interested in the body design of an auto-focus film compact camera released by RICOH in 1992.

RICOH MYPORT ZOOM mini (Reference product)

This compact camera is made of plastic and black in color.

The design that caught my attention was the film chamber area on the back of the body.

I think the design of the area around the window where you can see information about the film used for shooting is very good.

This is the part that the thumb part touches when holding the camera for shooting.

The design is very good, especially the round hole indentation.

Today we have a look at the body design of Ricoh’s 1992 release auto-focus compact camera.

A film compact camera is a part where various features and designs of the manufacturer are noticeable.

In this MYPORT ZOOM mini, a good design was casually hidden in the back side of the camera, which is a very impressive part.

We will continue to introduce you to the design and features of film compact cameras in the future, so please look forward to it!

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Writer Takashi Okumura