Fuji STX-2

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The Fuji STX-2 was manufactured by Fuji during the early 1980s and was a basic manual SLR using 35mm film. It was the first Fuji 35mm SLR to abandon the Fujica name used in all previous ST series cameras.

It has TTL metering and 3 LEDs in the viewfinder to indicate exposure.


  • Fully manual SLR camera utilizing Fujinon X-mount lenses.
  • Standard lens: 50mm, f/1.9-16 (5 elements) with close focus at 0.6m.
  • Shutter speeds: 1/1000s to 1/2s and Bulb.
  • ISO: 25-3200.
  • Viewfinder with 92% coverage, chosen shutter speed, and +ve and -ve LEDs for exposure warnings.
  • Manual loading, advance and rewinding.
  • Frame counter.
  • Shutter release lock (also conserves batteries).
  • Hot shoe (flash sync speed 1/60s).
  • Tripod socket.
  • Self-timer.
  • Exposure meter requires 2xLR44 watch batteries.
  • Weighs 625g with lens mounted, 480g body only.