Yashica J

The Yashica J, manufactured in 1961 is a nice 35mm with styling cues similar to other Japanese rangefinder models. The lens is a relatively fast Yashinon f2.8 45mm and though the camera has limited settings, the ones it does have make it an enjoyable daily shooter. This particular camera is currently loaded with Rollei Retro…

Yashica 635

Introduced in 1958, the Yashica 635 TLR is special in that it can use either 120 format film or 35mm with an adapter kit. It is very similar to the Yashika D with the exception of additional controls for 35mm film usage. The viewing lens is almost as bright and clear as any I have seen….

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…