Magazine/Fashion Editorial with Yashica FX 3 Super 2000?

Discussion in 'Medium Format' started by johnnybodega, Dec 8, 2020.

  1. I'm in love with vintage photography and finally got a Yashica FX-3 Super 2000 camera! I was recently hired to do a magazine shoot with an agency fashion model and I'm wondering, were these cameras ever used to do professional fashion editorials? Would the community recommend? All advice greatly appreciated!
  2. Wrong forum.

    But anyway, yes, you could use one of those. They work. Depends on you whether it will be a succes. Not on the camera.

    Has anyone used one of those for this type of work before? Who knows?
  3. AJG


    Probably not my first choice of camera, but if a client wants 35 mm film you could do worse. Make sure that the client understands the additional delay/cost of decent quality scans from the film before you proceed, since anything they will do with your images will need to be digital.

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