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The Fuji STX-2, introduced by Fuji in the early 1980s, marked a departure from the Fujica name used in previous ST series cameras. This 35mm film manual SLR featured TTL metering and a viewfinder with three LEDs indicating exposure. With a sleek design, it became a popular choice for photography enthusiasts. The camera's simplicity, along with its reliable performance, made it suitable for various everyday shooting scenarios. The STX-2 contributed to Fuji's legacy in the realm of film cameras during an era marked by manual photography.

Fuji STX-2 (1985)

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