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Bishōjo shashinkan Special: The Double Vision

Bishōjo shashinkan Special: The Double Vision MSX From the title screen, you can choose between the Moving School and Studio Cut games

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Double Vision is a combined release of Bishōjo shashinkan: Moving School and Bishōjo shashinkan: Studio Cut, neither of which were released separately for the MSX or X68000. Both games put you as a photographer trying to take photos of schoolgirls, where you must use your judgment to set exposure correctly. As the game(s) progresses, the option to use an automatic camera is removed, forcing you to correctly guess both aperture, shutter speed, film sensitivity and if flash should be used.

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Bishōjo shashinkan Special: The Double Vision MSX Miko at the pool, lit by strong artificial lighting
Bishōjo shashinkan Special: The Double Vision MSX Flash exposure is difficult if you don't know the X-sync of the camera
Bishōjo shashinkan Special: The Double Vision MSX Trying to catch what the girls are doing inside the dormitory
Bishōjo shashinkan Special: The Double Vision MSX From the title screen, you can choose between the Moving School and Studio Cut games

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