Yashica Vintage 35mm Camera
Vintage cameras are highly collectable items, whether for display purposes or personal use. The Yashica vintage 35mm camera range offers an extensive range of classic Yashica cameras at varying prices depending on age, rarity, and condition.
This much loved brand of Japanese made cameras has proved popular with collectors and photographers alike and can be bought in well cared for fully working order, in need of repair, or a non-working item as spares or collectables.
Cameras in the Yashica 35mm range
If you're looking for a Yashica vintage 35mm camera, the Minister D is a mid-priced vintage Yashica camera , and can still be found in good working order for a vintage model.
The Yashica Minister D was first manufactured in Japan in 1964, and is a rangefinder camera with a Yashinon lens. This particular model operates in such a way that it has a quasi-shutter priority functionality and features manual focus.
Yashica 35 ME model is another vintage camera popular with collectors of this make. This camera was first manufactured in 1973 and has the ability to take sharp, clear photos. The Yashica 35 ME is a compact rangefinder camera, and has a distance indicator and built in exposure meter.
The standard of lens quality with all Yashica TLR cameras is exceptionally high, and Yashinon optics bring clarity to your photography. Other features of this easy to use camera include automatic shutter, flash hotshoe, and a tripod thread for when you need stability as well as skill.
Yashica vintage cameras have a 'built to last' sensibility, with a hard wearing black body, a flash of chrome for a touch of class and precision lens capabilities. Other models available in the Yashica vintage camera range include the compact Yashica Zoomate 140 with its 'point and shoot' simplicity, and classic Yashica rangefinder models .