The FX-3 seems to be the choice of Yashica SLRs. Looks good dressed up I have a Nikon FM2n and an old Konica, that will continue shooting without batteries. I knew nothing about Yashica glass before ordering the FX 70, and not much about Zeiss C/Y lenses, but I'm picking up things from the internet now. Yes, the 85mm 1.4 does get a good mention...

I saw a Yashica 24mm 2.8 for sale, but after reading a review/comparison, this lens does appear to be long in the tooth, soft in the corners, but very little aberration. I'm honing in on a Zeiss 35mm now.

Shot a bit with the FX-70 today; light and easy to use, works well. The shutter fires with a sharp metallic clang, loud but not heavy (not a 'tank slap' like the Konica). The film advance is a bit tight and crunchy, not as smooth as some other cameras. It does show its price level, but I really liked using. Light, pretty bright, AE, lens focuses easily. A decent lightbox to which I can affix good lenses.