Fuji Klasse S Full Frame Point & Shoot Film Camera

This is it, the Fuji Klasse S, my first ever pocketable full frame point and shoot camera and what a beauty. I have included the full english manual below as well as a few first run test shots.
The awesome little Klasse cameras are only sold in Japan and never made it to north America. Its a new camera and follows in the same footsteps of the iconic Ricoh GR-1, Contax T3 series and Konica Hexar P&S bodies. Perfect for street shooting and fits in your pocket.
Its sharp f/2.8 lens seems very sharp to my eyes and the camera has some great features found in the other high end P&S cameras noted above.

The Klasse S is the 38mm f/2.8 version

The Klasse S is the 38mm f/2.8 version

The Fuji Klasse S & W has great features like zone focusing, push and pulling (manually setting the film ISO speed), aperture priority or full auto, bracketing and many other cool features. Fuji Klasse comes in two flavours, the S a 38mm f/2.8 lens and the W 28mm f/2.8 lens.

Fuji Klasse S

Fuji Klasse S

Fuji Klasse S full frame point and shoot

Fuji Klasse S full frame point and shoot

A few self developed test shots here and here

Download the full Fuji Klasse S&W camera manual PDF here ->FUJI KLASSE W&S English Manual

3 responses to “Fuji Klasse S Full Frame Point & Shoot Film Camera

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  3. I’ve been looking into buying a Fuji Klasse S. But I am a bit uncertain about the eye relief of the camera. I used to have a Contax T3, which is a great camera, but the viewfinder was a pain. It is big and bright, but it was impossible for my eye to see all the framelines without significant moving the camera around (I wear glasses). This was so frustrating that eventually I got rid of the camera despite the great lens and form factor.

    So I wonder how is the viewfinder on the Klasse S in this regard? I hear it is smaller in comparison to the Contax T2, which I suppose is similar to the T3 viewfinder. And smaller VF usually translates to somewhat better framelines visibility for glasses wearers. Your thoughts on this will be much appreciated.

    Very nice pictures in your tests, btw. Both Ektar and TMax look beautiful.

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