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YASHICA FLASH-O-SET - 1961
The Flash-O-Set is a 35mm viewfinder camera with selenium cell-controlled auto-exposure. It was made in Japan by Yashica. Its distinctive feature is a built-in flashbulb holder, for which there is an ejector button on the lower front, and a flash exposure table on the back. The Flash-O-Set has a general look similar to the Yashica rangefinder cameras.
The original - introduced in 1961 has the light meter cell above the lens and the name plate below the bulb ejector.
YASHICA TL SUPER - 1966
The Yashica TL series Single Lens Reflex 135 film cameras were initially a very similar design and specification to the Asahi Pentax Spotmatic series. The TL indicated through-lens (stop-down) metering.
Produced 1966 Yashica Co., Ltd. Japan
Film type 135 (35mm)
Picture size 24mm x 36mm
Lens M42 screw mount Auto Yashinon GX 50mm 1:1.7-16
YASHICA IC LYNX 5000E - 1968
Lynx 5000E is 35mm film rangefinder camera made by Yashica.
It belongs to the Yashica Lynx series of cameras which are fixed lens, leaf shutter cameras made in the 1960s. It has built-in CDS cell light meter, full manual settings and Yashinon 5 elements 45mm f/1.8 lens, Yashica Copal-SV shutter with all speeds 1-1/1000, self-timer, and metal body.
YASHICA FX 3 - super 2000 - 1986
The FX-3 was a very popular, manually-operated, 35mm single lens reflex camera, released by Yashica in 1979, and built by Cosina.
In 1986 the FX-3 Super was in turn succeeded by the FX-3 Super 2000, available in black and chrome finishes, with a shutter speed range extended to 1/2000, and a wider ISO range from 25 - 3200 ISO.