Fujica STX-1 with 50mm 1.9 Lens
The Fujica STX-1 was marketed by Fuji during the late 1970s and early 1980s and was their entry level SLR during that time.
The focal plane shutter is mechanical, with a top speed of 1/750th of a second and a flash sync at 1/60th of a second. The lowest speed is 1/2 second and the camera includes a bulb setting along with shutter release cable connection. Selected shutter speed is shown along the left side of the viewfinder through a mechanical linkage. A DOF preview control is present, conveniently placed on the front of the camera next to the lens.
The STX-1 is entirely manual, a battery is only required to run the meter.
Compatible batteries: Two of LR44-type alkaline-manganese batteries; HR44-type mercury batteries; SR44-type silver oxide batteries.
The light meter on the STX-1 is an averaging, moving coil analogue type, whose operation is scaled by the camera's shutter speed and aperture settings. This appears on the right side of the viewfinder.
Includes 50mm f/1.9 X-Fujinon Lens