Yashica FX-3 was a manually-operated 35mm single lens reflex camera released by Yashica in 1979 and built by Cosina. It has a vertical metal-bladed mechanical focal plane shutter with speeds up to 1/1000, an exposure meter with a simple 3-LED reading in the viewfinder and no automatic metering or focusing modes. The camera is very compact and lightweight for an SLR design, and weighs about 1 pound (450 grams). One of the camera’s greatest attributes is that it will accept all manual-focus Yashica / Contax lenses, including the Carl Zeiss T lenses intended for the Contax line. The FX-3 was available only in black. Lens: Yashica 50 mm 1:2. Flash Synchronization: Hot Shoe mount, synchronizes at 1/125 sec. or slower, no TTL flash. ISO range: 12 – 1600. Self-Timer: Mechanical, 10-sec. delay, mirror prefire feature when activated. Viewfinder: Eye-level, penta-prism type 92% FOV and 0.91X magnification (with 50mm lens at infinity).