I'm a huge fan of Fuji overall. Their film is awesome and their lenses are always solid performers. Their modern digital cameras are extremely compelling and overall they're a very responsive company. Their old cameras thogh are... confusing. You'd be forgiven for thinking this is a camera from the 60s but it came out the same year as the dramatically superior Konica FS-1. It's trying to be a well rounded SLR but has limited shutter speeds and slow step down metering. I guess I'm saying that I like Fuji products usually but not this camera. My wife actually bought this camera years ago for a college photography class and it's just sat in storage since. 
Mount: M42
Design: Mechanical 35mm SLR
Focus: Manual Focus with Microprism/Split-image rangefinder/Ground glass
Shutter Range: 1/700- 1/2 with Bulb
ISO Range: 25 - 3200
Flash Sync: 1/60
Meter: TTL with viewfinder match needle
Exposure Modes: Manual
Battery: 2x LR44
Weight: 730g
Other Features: Self-timer
Manual: Butkus.us

Collection Information
Date Acquired: Approximately 2003
Retired: 2020
Serial Number: 4095323
Purchase Price: Part of camera kit
Going Price: ~$30 - Collectiblend
Condition: Very dirty viewfinder
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