Konica FC-1

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The Konica FC-1 is a 35mm film SLR camera introduced by Konica in 1980.

It is basically a FS-1 without a built-in motor drive. The external Konica Auto Winder F can be attached.

Full-featured SLR with electronic shutter and manual film transport. Camera is dead without batteries, but those are 4 readily available SR44 silver or LR44 alkaline cells.

Gallium Arsenide Phosphour TTL light meter. Shutter-priority auto-exposure. Uses LEDs as viewfinder indications. Konica AR bayonet. Shutter speeds 2s to 1/1000S and B. Extremely simple film load.