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Yashica D 6x6 Tlr Film Camera Yashikor 80mm F3.5 Lens

  Yashica D camera with 80 mm lens delivers amazing quality images in 6 x 6 cm size. The 3-element coated lens construction of this Yashica TLR film camera renders excellent quality, clear images. With a focal range of 3.5 ft to infinity, this Yashica medium format camera provides photos with precise focus. Built with a Copal MXV shutter, this Yashica TLR film camera passes accurate amount of light to get a proper image. This Yashica medium format camera offers photos that have appropriate light effects, with the shutter speeds of up to 1/500th sec with a B setting. Relish rich and deep ...

Yashica 635 Tlr Film Camera Yashinon 80mm F/3.5 Lens From Japan

Yashica 635 TLR Film camera Yashinon 80mm f/3.5 lens From Japan 1713. This camera would have originally come with two pieces that would adapt it from 120 film to 35mm neither of those pieces come with the camera. Lenses could use a light cleaning. Could maybe be stitched back together. The item "Yashica 635 TLR Film camera Yashinon 80mm f/3.5 lens From Japan" is in sale since Sunday, May 9, 2021. This item is in the category "Cameras & Photo\Vintage Movie & Photography\Vintage Cameras\TLR Cameras". The seller is "deepeasttradingcompany" and is located in Woodville, Texas. This item ...

Yashica Medium Format Tlr Dual Lens Camera Mat 124g Vintage

VINTAGE Yashica Medium Format TLR Dual Lens Camera MAT 124G. Camera body in very good condition and shows no substantial wear or scratches. Additional Yashica 30mm Viewing Lens No. 1 with original protective case. Spiratone B30 30mm red lens filter in protective pouch. Bayonet-I Lens Hood with original box. Focus works as it should. Please see my other items for sale. The item "Yashica Medium Format TLR Dual Lens Camera MAT 124G VINTAGE" is in sale since Monday, December 21, 2020. This item is in the category "Cameras & Photo\Vintage Movie & Photography\Vintage Cameras\TLR Cameras". ...

Contax 139 Quartz Film Camera +yashica 2/55 Lens Exc++

   139 Quartz is a 35mm SLR that was introduced in 1979 and manufactured up until 1987. The 139Q had a quartz-timed, electronically-controlled vertical metal shutter that was very advanced for its day. It has speeds of 11 seconds to 1/1000 of a sec in auto, and 1 to 1/1000 in manual exposure mode. The metering system is a center-weighted. System with a range of 0 to 18 EV. (f/1.4) using a silicon photo diode cell. Synchronized flash with the TLA20 and TLA30 flash units. Other new features included manual or aperture-priority. Exposure controls and a DOF preview lever. An AE lock ...

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Yashica 3d Twin Stereo Fx-3 Super 2000 Slr Film Camera With Zeiss Lenses Ls3

  Very unique modification of two Yashica cameras into one stereo camera to shoot 3D images. The aperture width is 32mm and the film advance sequence is 1-3-1... This comes from the estate of well-known stereo photographer and collector. Seems to be working OK but have not been tested with film. David Burder writes, regarding this camera. That little Stereo Yashica was my favourite travelling camera companion for many years. Totally reliable, very compact due to its reduced lens base and pancake lenses, and with very easy to use basic, manual controls. Very basic but with wonderful results....

Yashica Lm Twin Lens Tlr 120 6x6 Film Camera. Electric Blue. Boxed

  The Yashica LM was introduced in October 1957 and 37,872 were produced; not a lot really, which is probably why we don't see many for sale today. It has auto-stop when winding on the film and the shutter is cocked by the lever on the side of the taking lens, which I personally favour over the later crank handle of the Yashica-Mat and other models. This model has the 3-element Yashikor f/3.5 80mm lens and a Copal MX shutter with speeds from 1 sec to 1/300 plus B and it has XM flash syncronisation. The speeds are all working nicely, except 1, 2, & 5, which are running a bit slow due...

Yashica D Twin Lens Tlr 120 6x6 Film Camera. Rare Grey/grey Colour. In Box

   You have perhaps never seen a Yashica D with this colour combination. They are very rarely seen. So here's a chance to add something rather special to your collection. The Yashica-D was made between 1958 to 1974. It features quick and easily visible aperture and speed setting by thumb wheels which display the readings in a small window above the top lens. The shutter is cocked by the lever on the side of the taking lens which I personally favour over the later crank handle of the Yashica-Mat and other models - much more reliable and just as quick to wind on, in my opinion. This ...

Yashica 635 Twin Lens Reflex Tlr 120 6x6 & 35mm Film Camera. Exc Value

   The Yashica 635 was my first'real' camera 42 years ago and I have literally thousands of photos to attest to it's capabilities. Released in June 1958 it cost. The Yashica 635 uses 120 film or alternatively 35mm film by using an adaptor kit (not supplied). For some reason many of the adaptor kits seem to have become separated from their cameras. This 635 has the Yashikor 80mm f/3.5 lenses, (some, though hard to find, have Yashinon lenses and are worth even more), and has a Copal MXV 1 sec to 1/500th and B shutter with XM flash sync. It is best practice to keep the XM Sync lever in the X ...

Yashica A 120 6x6 Tlr Twin Lens Reflex Film Camera Mint In Box

   The Yashica A was released in 1958. This model has the 3-element Yashimar f/3.5 lenses and it has a Copal shutter with speeds from B 1/25 sec to 1/300. The Yashica A bodies were made in both grey and black models - this is the black one of course with black leatherette. No dents or dings, creamy-smooth focus; viewfinder hood opens/closes with panache; apertures, speeds working just as they should. The overall appearance is absolutely stunning and it would be hard to find one much better. To my eye it is simply mint. Suit collector or the most fastidious user. The item "Yashica A ...

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