The FED 5 variant, the last Leica-derived camera design by FED, the FED 5C, appeared in 1983. This version has an uncoupled selenium light meter and projected (but non-parallax-compensated) frame lines in the viewfinder, but it lost the eyepiece diopter adjustment. It is a 35mm rangefinder camera that accepts Leica screw-mount lenses. It has a cloth focal-plane shutter. The shutter works like Swiss watch at all speeds including “B”. The rangefinder allows precision adjustment. Any Leica screw-mount lens is suitable for the Fed.
Lens: INDUSTAR-61 L/D 2.8/55mm. Film: 35 mm. Frame size: 24 x 36 mm. Shutter speeds: 1/500 and “B”. Focal length: 55mm. Relative aperture: 1:2.8. Scale of diaphragms: from 2.8 to 16. Focusing range: from 1m to infinity. Filter size is 40.5mm. Focus Type: Manual.