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Self-timer design for Konica’s auto-focus film compact camera!



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Today we have a Konica auto-focus film compact camera self-timer released in 1985.

Konica MR.70 (Reference product)


The self-timer switch is located next to the shutter release.

Slide the vertical switch downward.

The shutter release button is then pressed, an electronic sound is heard, and the shutter is released after approximately 10 seconds.

This time we introduced the self-timer of Konica’s auto-focus film compact camera released in 1985.

This function allows a single person to take pictures of themselves or other subjects.

The switch is unified with the same design as the camera grip!

Please look forward to more information about film camera design and other topics in the future!

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We will continue to introduce the design and functional parts of film cameras that you may be interested in, so please look forward to it!

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