Maintenance Report

Strobe Synchro Socket for KONICA Lens Shutter Rangefinder Cameras!



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Today we have a strobe synchro socket for KONICA lens shutter rangefinder cameras released in 1961.

KONICA SⅡ(Reference product)

The strobe synchro socket is located on the front of the camera body next to the lens.

A round socket is embedded in the body to synchronize the strobe when it is connected.

This time we introduced a strobe synchro socket for KONICA’s lens shutter rangefinder camera released in 1961.

This synchro socket is an absolute necessity for strobe photography.

This equipment is also an indispensable camera item!

Please look forward to the next issue, where I will continue to introduce various standard features of film cameras!

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