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Shutter speed dial design for PETRI Camera film SLR cameras !



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In this issue, we will take a look at the shutter speed dial on PETRI Camera’s 1970 manual focus film SLR camera.

PETRI V6-Ⅱ (Reference product)

It will be a manual focus film SLR camera with a silver body made of steel and black pasted leather replaced with a silver body released in 1970.

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

The shutter speed can be selected with the disk-shaped knob dial.
B (setting for open shutter release), and you can select speeds from 1/2 to 1/500 sec.

To select the shutter speed, turn the dial to align it with the baseline of the eye-level finder.

The side side of the dial has a single-step vertical knurled design.

This time we introduced the shutter speed dial of a manual focus SLR camera released by PETRI Camera in 1970.

In my previous columns, I have introduced various original functions of this camera that are not found in cameras of other manufacturers, but this time, the shutter speed dial is a very common shutter speed dial.

I thought it would have been fun if this shutter speed dial had been creative.

We will continue to introduce film cameras with various functions and designs in the future, so please look forward to them!

Thank you again for reading this column.

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