Does anyone out there have any experience going in to a Yashica FX-1? I have recently had some success calibrating the meters of a Yashica TL Electro X and a Fujica ST701, using instructions found on the net, and making adjustments to trim pots. Being a short lived model, there is not much info out there on the FX-1, but it is a nice robust camera, with both aperture and shutter speed shown in the viewfinder, open aperture metering, DOF preview, and access of course to Zeiss lenses. Mine reads at least 2 stops over, but it reacts to light quickly and has little memory. I could (and have) adjusted with the compensation dial, but I’d rather get it sorted properly. It is not conventional from an opening up point of view as the battery is housed in a chamber, underneath the film speed/compensation dial, which is situated in the usual place to the LHS of the prism, so winding off the rewind crank with a stick stuck in the prongs of the rewind shaft doesn’t look appealing. Incidentally, the 701 was pretty simple to do, and the meter is now bang on with hearing aid batteries, so I might put some silver cells in there and compensate again for the increased voltage of 1.55v.Sweet camera, based around the Spotmatic, but smaller and with the stop down lever on the RHS. Bought for my 17 year old son, who has decided film is cool, for £10.