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Shutter speed dial design for Canon film SLR cameras Part 2 !



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In this issue, we will take a look at the shutter speed dial on Canon’s 1966 manual focus film SLR camera.

Canon PELLIX QL (Reference product)

This film SLR camera with a steel silver body was released in 1966.

The shutter speed dial is located next to the shutter button and film winding lever.

The dial is disk-shaped and easy to pick up. The shutter speed value is marked on the top of the disk, and the speed is set by turning the dial as it is.

The dial is silver-colored with black-colored letters for easy reading.
The dial is shared with the film sensitivity dial.

In this article, we introduced the shutter speed dial of Canon’s 1966 release manual focus SLR camera.

Most shutter speed dials on regular film SLR cameras of this era had black color dials when they had silver bodies, but this Canon PELLIX QL has a silver color, which is a very nice color design.

It is a wonderful camera that allows you to enjoy not only taking pictures but also looking at the design.

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

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