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The FB357A is the A2000/3000/500 style (thick drive) and is High Density able (1,76Mb, only with kickstart/workbench 2.1 and up) It was available with or without faceplate.
The Chinon FZ357A is the slim version for A1200/A600/A4000, is High Density too with the same restrictions. Idem for the faceplate , it was available as external Chinon unit too.

It can be used as df1: on Kickstart v1.3 but only as a low density drive (880Kb)

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