Yashica 44LM

Oft regarded as a Japanese interpretation of the baby Rolleiflex, the Yashica 44LM easily stands on its own as a capable small TLR. It’s compact size and solid build quality lends this camera to being carried on a regular basis.
As compared to the original 44, the LM has a semi-coupled selenium light meter and knob wind film advance. Oddly, double exposure prevention was not an option.

Make Yashica
Model 44LM
Year 1958-1962
Format 127
Shutter Copal-SV
Speed B,1,2,4,8,15,30,60,125,250,500
Lens Yashinon
1:2.8 f=60mm
Aperture 3.5 to 22
Focus 3ft to ∞
Light Meter Yes

 

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