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Shutter button design for Konica film compact cameras!



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Today we will be looking at the shutter button design of an autofocus film compact camera released by Konica in 1977.

Konica C35 AF (Reference product)

The shutter release button is located on the ceiling of the camera next to the film winding lever.

The shutter button is made of steel with plating and is of a good height.

Looking at the shutter release button from the top, one can see that it is designed with one side of the circle cut off.

Today we have a shutter button design from Konica’s 1977 release of an autofocus compact camera.

This shutter button is of the type commonly seen on film compact cameras of this era.

It is plated and accents this camera.

We hope to discover and introduce more interesting designs of film cameras in the future, so please look forward to it!

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