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Fujica

Fujica is the name given by Fujifilm of Japan to its line of still-photography and motion picture cameras.

Here is a list of all the Fujica branded still photo cameras that were produced and their date of introduction. Single-8 Film cameras are not listed.

  • Fujica AX-Multi Program 1985
  • Fujica STX-2 1985
  • Fujica AX-1N 1984
  • Fujica STX-1N 1983
Fujica STX-1N
  • Fujica AX-1 1980
  • Fujica AX-3 1980
  • Fujica AX-5 1980
  • Fujica STX-1 1980
  • Flash Fujica II 1978
Flash Fujica II with a FUJINON 38mm/F2.8 lens (not exchangeable)
  • Fujica AZ-1 1978
Fujica ST 605N
  • Fujica ST 605N 1978
  • Fujica ST 705W 1978
  • Fujica ST 705 1977
  • Fujica ST 601 1976
  • Fujica ST 605 1976
  • Fujica ST-F1975
  • Fujica GEr 1974
  • Fujica ST 901 1974
  • Fujica ST 801 1973
Fujica ST701
  • Fujica ST 701 1971
  • Fujica Compact Deluxe 1967
  • Fujica Drive 1964
  • Fujica V 2 1964
  • Fujicarex II 1963
  • Fujica 35 Auto-M 1962
  • Fujicarex 1962
  • Fujica 35 EE 1961
  • Fujica 35 SE 1960
  • Fujica 35 ML 1958
  • Fujica 35 M 1957
  • Fujicaflex 1954
  • Fujica Six II BS 1950
  • Fujica Six I BS 1948

See also

  • Fuji GW670, GW690
  • Fujica MPF105X 1984
  • Fuji GX680

External links

  • Fuji 645 Camera Guide
  • Fuji 6x7 and 6x9 Camera Guide
  • Fujica Camera Instruction manuals - English. Many can be converted using translators at OrphanCameras.com


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