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Viewfinder design for RICOH film compact cameras!



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Today we will be looking at the viewfinder design of an autofocus zoom film compact camera released by RICOH in 1992.

RICOH MYPORT ZOOM 90P (Reference product) 

The viewfinder is hidden by a horizontal sliding cover when not in use.

When shooting, the viewfinder appears when the slide cover is opened.

The viewfinder is nearly square in shape.

The outside of the viewfinder has a gently curved design.

Today we have a viewfinder design from Ricoh’s 1992 release of an autofocus zoom compact camera.

This viewfinder comes with a sliding cover.

We found it to be a very good design as it prevents dust and debris from sticking to the viewfinder.

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

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Writer Takashi Okumura