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The Yashica FX-2 is a 35mm SLR camera manufactured by Yashica in 1976. The FX-2 was the second camera to use the new bayonet lens mount known alternately as the Contax/Yashica mount[1] or C/Y mount. The FX-2 viewfinder provide 0.89x magnification, providing a nearly 90% field of view. The metering is done via a needle on the right side of the viewfinder display. Choosing the proper shutter and aperture combinations will result in proper exposure with the needle aligned between the + and −. The focus is done manually on the lens, to make it easier the view finder screen features a central spot with a micro-prism screen.


  • Year: 1976
  • Manufacturer: Yashica, Japan
  • Lens mount: Contax/Yashica or C/Y bayonet mount lenses
  • Metering: TTL full aperture with CdS, In finder zero-in metering from 12 ASA to 1600 ASA
  • Shutter: focal plane, 1/1000 to 1 sec and B
  • Flash: X sync at 1/60 or slower
  • Batteries,: 1.3v mercury battery (EP-675R, RM-675R, or equivalent)
  • Weight: about 690 g (24.3 oz)
  • Dimensions: 144.5 x 94 x 51 mm (5.7 x 3.7 x 2 in)



  1. Yashica FX-2 Instruction Manual