FUJI GS645S Professional Wide 60 Medium Format Rangefinder Film Camera
►Released in 1984; Japan
The Fuji GS645S Professional Wide60 was released 1 October 1984 and is a rangefinder camera that uses a newly designed EBC Fujinon W 60mm f/4 Orthometar-type lens comprised of 7 elements in 5 groups. The 60mm lens was chosen with snapshots in the city, or group pictures in mind. The lens is a 35mm equivalent to 35mm, with a 49mm filter thread.
Aperture stops on the lens include 22, 16, 11, 8, 5.6, and 4. In the case of the S version it is protected by a circular "cow bar". The light meter has a measuring range of 4 to 18 EV and can be set from 25 to 1600 ISO in 1/3 stops. The finder contains a coupled type double image rangefinder for focusing. A 0.5x magnification with a 40 mm baseline which is a 20 mm effective baseline. Bright lines are present with automatic parallax correction to assist in framing. Together with the GS645S Fuji released the GS-grip, to be able to turn a flash 90 degrees and avoid vignetting of the vertical film frame.
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Excellent cosmetic condition, some light signs of usage but no significant cosmetic flaw, see detailed product images for reference. Bright and clear viewfinder, no scratches, fog or fungus. Shutter release and film winding smoothly operating. Lens is clear, no scratch, fog, fungus, dust. Light meter positive. Aperture and focusing ring smoothly operating. All features thoroughly tested, mechanically in fully working condition.