The photo-visual guide to Yashica twin-lens reflex cameras by Kenneth S. Tydings

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Published by Amphoto in New York .

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On spine: Yashica twin-lens reflex cameras.

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Other titlesYashica twin-lens reflex cameras.
Statement[by] Kenneth S. Tydings and Shirley C. Tydings.
SeriesAn Amphoto camera guide, 175
ContributionsTydings, Shirley C., joint author.
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LC ClassificationsTR263.Y3 T92
The Physical Object
Pagination128 p.
Number of Pages128
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5089382M
ISBN 10081740175X
LC Control Number74160804
OCLC/WorldCa293012

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The photo-visual guide to Yashica twin-lens reflex cameras (An Amphoto camera guide, ) Hardcover – January 1, by Kenneth S Tydings (Author)Author: Kenneth S. Tydings. On spine: Yashica twin-lens reflex cameras. Description: pages illustrations 20 cm.

Series Title: An Amphoto camera guide, Other Titles: Yashica twin-lens reflex cameras. Responsibility: [by] Kenneth S.

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Yashica Twin Lens Reflex Guide These web-pages have been scanned and converted from the original "Focal Press" publication "Yashica Twin Lens Reflex Guide", First Edition: January, Cameras covered are the Yashica A, Yashica B, Yashica C, Yashica D, YashicaYashica 44A, Yashica-MAT, Yashica 44LM and Yashica MAT LM cameras.

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FEATURES Type: Twin-lens reflex camera accepting either (12 exposures) or (24 exposures) film. Yashica versus Rollei twin-lens reflex cameras.

Rolleicord Va and Vb with Xenar, and various Yashica cameras with Yashikor and Yashinon lenses. I own but don't use Yashica models A, B, and C, happily use my D, never shoot the screwball E, sometimes use the12, 24,and G, but prefer my late Yashica-Mat with f viewing lens.

Yashica twin lens reflex guide: how to use the Yashica A, Yashica B, Yashica C, Yashica D, Yashica E Flash, YashicaYashica 44A, Yashica-MAT, Yashica 44LM, Yashica MAT LM, Yashica MAT EM and Yashica 24 and MAT cameras. Yashica C TLR. The Yashica-C is a Twin Lens Reflex camera where the focusing is done through one lens and the image is captured through the other.

This style of camera was popular in the 's but soon lost its appeal in the late 's. This one shoots. Last year’s Yashica Y35 Kickstarter project bombed, but the same team now plans THREE new cameras.

Yashica plans a low-cost MF-1 ’art’ camera, a higher-spec 35mm MF-2 compact and a recreation of the classic Yashica TLR (twin lens reflex design). All three will take 35mm film. We only have some low-resolution images and video captures from Yashica's Kickstarter video to go.

Well-regarded and long-lived twin lens reflex by Yashica in the classic Rolleicord style. Improves upon the previous A, B, and C models; further, the later D models have the better 4-element Tessar-style Yashinon instead of the Yashikor.

Earlier Yashica TLRs had either Luxamar or Tri-Lausar lenses. A twin-lens reflex camera (TLR) is a type of camera with two objective lenses of the same focal of the lenses is the photographic objective or "taking lens" (the lens that takes the picture), while the other is used for the viewfinder system, which is usually viewed from above at waist level.

In addition to the objective, the viewfinder consists of a degree mirror (the reason. Yashica Twin-Lens Reflex Guide (Camera Guides) duvyk 0 Comments.

Yashica A Twin Lens Reflex Camera, Original Box, Case, etc. $ FAST 'N FREE. Yashica D MAT G Medium Format TLR Camera + 80mm F Lens. $ $ shipping. or Best Offer. 31 watching. VINTAGE YASHICA 44 LM TWIN REFLEX LENS FILM CAMERA COPAL SV SHUTTER. $ $ shipping. Yashica Twin-Lens Reflex Guide book.

Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Start your review of Yashica Twin-Lens Reflex Guide (Camera Guides) Write a review. No matching reviews. new topic. Discuss This Book. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Long before phones started sprouting multiple cameras, the Yashica-D, as befit a twin-lens reflex design, had a pair of lenses.

The upper one was just for sighting, and the lower was for actually. This is a Yashica-D twin lens reflex camera made by Yashica Co., Ltd. between the years of – This particular model is a later variant, likely made in with the company’s top of the line 4-element Yashinon lenses and f/ viewing lens.

The “D” represented Yashica’s top of the line, knob wind, meterless TLR. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Yashica twin lens reflex guide: How to use the Yashica A, Yashica B, Yashica C, Yashica D, Yashica E Flash, YashicaYashica 44A, Yashica-MAT, 24 and MAT cameras, (The Camera guide) at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.

Page 11 Yashica Twin Lens Reflex Guide - Focal Press January Page 11 / 55 VIEWFINDERS Left: The standard method of viewing with the Yashica is to look straight down on the ground-glass screen in the top of the camera. A large hinged magnifier. From a Yashica brochure:all prices plus case Yashica D Yashica Yashica-Mat Yashica Mat In I purchased a Yashica Mat with case for In I purchased a Ricoh Super 44 with case for I.

The Yashica Mat G is one of those cameras that has just always caught my attention. It’s a beautiful camera, even without knowing what it can do photographically. The hefty metal body makes this camera feel like a small film-holding tank.

And really, there is just something iconic about the TLR (Twin Lens Reflex) look – it’s a pretty. One Yashica 44 LM twin lens still camera, serial number isused by Jim Towner to take pictures of the presidential motorcade as it went through Dealey Plaza.

Kenneth S. Tydings says in his edition of the “The Yashica Guide” that “Yashica Reflex Cameras were introduced to the American public in and by were firmly entrenched as the most important name in twin lens reflex cameras on the basis of quantity of cameras sold.

Medium Format Twin Lens Reflex. Not the best of photos, sorry; but I couldn’t leave this camera out, even though it’s no longer in my collection. The Rolleiflex of was not the first TLR, but it was the camera that married the TLR layout with the 6×6 cm roll film format to create one of the great camera types of the 20th century.

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Yashica was a Japanese manufacturer of cameras, originally active from until when its then-owner, Kyocera, ceased production.

Inthe Yashica name reappeared on cameras produced by the Hong Kong-based MF Jebsen Group. Intrademark rights were transferred to Yashica International Company Limited and appointed Enterprises International Group Co. Limited as Yashica.

Vintage working s Yashica-A TLR camera in great condition. Uses readily available mm film and gives a 6X6 size square negative. Twin Yashikor 80mm lenses.

Comes with lens cap, strap and 1 roll of Ilford Pan F B&W film. Copal leaf shutter, all speeds sound accurate. Serial number. The Yashica A is a decidedly unremarkable camera, and the least expensive of four alphabetical models (A, B, C, and D) launched in the s. This no-frills camera has a ‘bare-bones’ spec as befits its bottom-of-the-range status, with manual knob wind, manual shutter cocking, four shutter speeds (1/25sec, 1/50sec, 1/sec and 1/sec) and.

The twin lens reflex is a type of camera invented around with two objective lenses of the same focal length – one for focusing and viewing, and one for capturing the picture and projecting it on to the focal plane.

Yashica MAT G Instruction Booklet PDF – Yashica would be a Japanese company of cameras, initially active through till as soon as its then-owner, Kyocera, stopped manufacturing. Inthe actual Yashica brand reappeared on cameras created by way of the MF Jebsen Group.

Insidetrademark rights had been moved to Yashica International Enterprise. I own a couple of slightly later models, but I think the Reflex 35 was also known as the Penta J, and was the first in a line of Yashica "J" series SLR cameras. It was fairly basic, with a top shutter speed of 1/th and came with a rather good Yashinon f lens.

The Yashica-D is my first medium-format twin-lens reflex camera. I’ve lusted after TLRs for many years, but I’ve always rebuffed them for their high prices. The Rolleicords and Rolleiflexes are the most respected members of the genre and go for hundreds of dollars on the used market.

Model Mat G. Case and guide included. on   As a 6×6 format twin lens reflex camera, the Yashica Mat TLR is considered a great entry-level camera for people who are moving up from 35mm to medium format film.

For me, however, the was not the first medium format camera because, several years ago, I bought Zenza Bronica ETRS (6× cm) SLR and I also happen to own Sinar F1 (9×12 cm).

Yashica introduced the model 44 in as Japans first 4x4 TLR.[1]. The camera was offered in several color options, but the gray version (no doubt inspired by the gray Baby Rolleiflex of ) proved to be the most popular. The Yashica 44 features crank film advance, with automatic frame spacing.

Yashica MG-1 Operating Guide PDF – Yashica would be a Japanese producer of cameras, initially active through till as soon as its then-owner, Kyocera, stopped manufacturing. Inthe actual Yashica brand reappeared on cameras made by way of the MF Jebsen Group.

Insidetrademark rights had been moved to Yashica International Business. Medium format film cameras consist of several types, such as rangefinder, twin lens reflex, single-lens reflex (SLR), and viewfinder.

Thus, the characteristics can vary widely. A rangefinder shows two images of the scene, and you must fuse them together by turning the calibrated wheel. Yashica-D Twin Lens Reflex medium format film camera serial # D made in Japan between This camera has a better quality Yashinon lens compared to some Yashica-D with Yashikor lenses.

Body and lenses are in great condition. Uses roll film for 6x6cm negatives. hello reality – The Yashica A Review. Geof did a review on Yashica 12 TLR.

Based on the production quantity, the number of Yashica 12 produced is only one third of Yashica Guess what, the number of yashica 12 existing is only % of the famous Yashica G. About The Yashica 12 is a medium format camera.Twin lens reflex guide Digital Camera Yashica 8T2 Instruction Booklet 25 pages Digital Camera YASHICA APW User Manaul 73 pages.

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