My V3000s is all black with a shutter speed range from B to 1/2000 s, as same as FX-3 Super 2000 (in both all black and silver/black versions). The build quality of V3000s is acceptable except the camera bottom plate. It's a piece of plastic, too thin without solid feeling. The tripod socket, which is changeable, is also plastic on V3000s. The other issue I find with an ageing V3000s is that its skins tend to peel off at edge.
|On the box, it marks 'V3000s SLR (Self-Timer) 55mm f/1.7 Lens & Case P/K Φ52mm,|
|The self-timer lever on the left is different from FX-3 as I remember.|
|The film door and its lock are of metal parts, which should be durable.|
The number on the sticker inside the film door may be the body's SN since I can not find other number on my V3000s.
|The thinner bottom plate, battery chamber cover and tripod socket are all made of plastic.|
How about this Kalimar K-90? A copy of FX-3 Super with Pentax K mount?
|Kenko also manufactures YC mount body, actually another copy of Fx-3 Super 2000 (image from Kenko website)|
|These are original Fx-3, Super and Super 2000|
|A Chinese copy, Phenix DC888, with 1/1000s, a modified grip and a PK mount|