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    Tracking down Camera make/model

    I recently found an old Fujica film camera, with no model description on the front, I've searched everywhere but still cannot find what model it is. Pictures are attached, excuse the bad webcam quality, all I have for now.
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    Perhaps out of the STxxx-Series?

    Take a look at http://camerapedia.wikia.com/wiki/Category:F
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    I've seen them, but I still cannot find the actual model

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    If it's manual only, it is an STX-1. If it has auto exposure mode then STX-2. That one looks identical to my STX-1. The model designation was an ink stencil on the right side where you hold the camera, and it rubs off.
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    Thankyou so much !

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    I should have noted, that the batteries only operate the meter on the STX-1, and it can be used without them as it has a mechanical shutter.
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