I have one with working meter and the f/1.9 lens and 1/1000 shutter. It's been a long time since I read up on them but some examples may have had a f/2.8 Fujinon and shutter speeded to only 1/500. Certainly, this applied to some subsequent 35–SE Fujicas. The Fujinon lens seems quite sharp and I like the images it makes; although even with the original hood I have found it flares easily in the right circumstances.
I acquired mine with original instruction book, case and lens hood and subsequently found the accessory telephoto lens and Tele finder. It had several issues as purchased, but I have quite a soft spot for mine. It was the first classic camera I ever purchased—and the first I ever tried to repair. When I was successful, I was motivated to study camera repair, and have since fixed many other types, but it all started with the Fujica.
It is a solid and basically well-made, durable, rangefinder that in 1961, was well-specified. Rick Drawbridge wrote one of his typically excellent reviews of his 35–EE some years ago over at photonet which is worth a read
Here's an image I made with my own one dreary Winter day in Hobart, recorded on Fujifilm, of course (Fujicolor Superia 400 negative).