Tested another oldie from the late '70. This Fujica a ST801 in black had a hard life. I bought it for spare parts for my other ST801, almost for nothing. Coming home it seemed to work. So decided to change the lightseals on it, first time I did it. Also I changed the mirrordamper because when they get old,they can be cause of a lot of sticky stuff in your camera. Than it got a general clean. Loaded it with a new battery, and the lightmeter worked. So film in it and on the way we went.
The lens is a Fujinon 55mm 2.2, a very cheap kitlens in the time, made of plastic and a very simple glass layout. It has a bit of a following for its Bokeh. Now it is not a very sharp lens or maybe my copy is a bit of. So here are the results, some I turned to monochrome and most of them i made darker. When you have a correct exposure the results were a bit overexposed.
The film use is an Agfa Vista iso 200, a cheap film I use to try out cameras.
Here in the last picture is the famous bokeh. Not sure if i am a fan.