The Fujica STX-1 was manufactured by Fuji during the late 1970s and early 1980s and was their entry level SLR during that time. It was introduced to the United States in 1979. 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. Selected shutter speed is shown along the left side of the viewfinder through a mechanical linkage. Along the right side of the viewfinder is a match needle, used for setting proper exposure. The STX-1 uses an averaging meter. A DOF preview control is present.
Everything about the STX-1 is manual. No program modes are available. The camera does require a battery, but only to run the meter.
Compatible batteries: LR44-type alkaline-manganese batteries; HR44-type mercury bakeries; SR44-type silver oxide batteries.
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