YASHICA FX-3 SUPER 2000 (1986)
The YASHICA brand certainly needs no introduction: together with Nikon and Canon, it is one of the oldest and most prestigious names in the photography of the Japan.
Launched in 1979, the “FX-3” was one of the most long-lived and popular models among Yashica SLR cameras. Its lightness and compact size, combined with the fact that it was a completely mechanical and manually controlled model, have long made it a model coveted by purist photographers and young photography students. In 1986 the “FX-3” was further improved with the “Super 2000” version in question, characterised by a handle that makes it easier to grip and the addition of a fast shutter speed of 1/2,000 sec.
Even today, more than 25 years after its launch, the FX-3 SUPER 2000 still features a highly respectable technical equipment:
- Lens “Yashica ML” with focal length of 50 mm and max. aperture of f/1.9
- Iris diaphragm with apertures from f/1.9 to f/16
- Mechanical shutter with vertically sliding metal curtains providing shutter speeds from 1 sec to 1/2,000 sec plus B mode.
- CdS light meter with TTL-type reading and ISO sensitivity 25–3,200
- Viewfinder with LED exposure indication
- Bayonet lens mount, type Yashica-Contax
- FX-3 super 2000 + ML50mm F1.9
- SLR (Spiegelreflex) Kamera
- Gut (gebrauchter und funktionstüchtiger Zustand mit sichtbaren Gebrauchsspuren)
- Anzahl Apparate/Objektive
- Linsenfassung Typ
- Yashica/ Contax-Bajonett