Fujica AX-1

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The AX-1 is a 35mm SLR camera manufactured by Fuji in 1980. The camera was also released by Porst as the CR-3 automatic.

It is one of three cameras released that year simultaneously with the AX-3 and AX-5. These cameras share a similar body, but the AX-3 and AX-5 has more exposure program modes.

It uses Fujica X lenses.


  • Description: 35mm SLR with AE
  • Frame Size: 24 x 36 mm
  • Lens Mount: Fujica X Mount
  • Field of View: 92% with 0.98X magnification (50 mm lens at inf)
  • Viewfinder: LED shutter speed indication, over and underexposure warning, battery check.
  • Exposure Modes: Aperture-preferred AE and manual (1/60 sec).
  • Shutter: electronic cloth focal plane, from 1/2 to 1/1000 sec in 1/4 steps
  • Meter: Silicon photocells. center-weighted averaging system.
  • Meter Range: (ISO/ASA 100): 2 to 18 EV (F1.4 2 sec -F22 1/1000 sec)
  • Film Speed: ISO/ASA 12 - 3200, in 1/3 step
  • Power: 6V silver-oxide battery PX28, with battery check
  • Self-timer: Electronically controlled; with 12 sec delay and audible chime.
  • Film Advance: Single-stroke
  • Dimensions: 135 x 84 x 48.5 mm
  • Weight: 500g