Discussion in 'Mirrorless Digital Cameras' started by Sanford, Jul 5, 2020.
USA (Underground Service Alert), Panasonic GF1, 14mm Lens
Fuji X-E1 & XC 16-50. Aloha, Bill
Lumix G80, Vario 12-60 mm
Phoenician gold necklaces and earrings. 7th century BC
Fuji XF 27 on Fuji X-P1
Brian, reminds me of the Yashica Electro rangefinder I bought from a PX in the 60's or 70's. I should have stopped right there, would have saved a lot of money. Nothing, not Contax, not Voighlander, not even a Leica M6 took better photos.
Fuji X-T20 XC 50-230mm
Sanford, it's a Yashica Electro 35. The Yashinon-DX 45 mm lens was rated as good as anything (including a Summicron). Seen here with the Yashikor wide angle attachment, which didn't do it any favours, but looks good.
I'd agree with you guys regarding the quality of that Color-Yashinon 45mm f/1.7 lens. I ran a film through one of my Electro 35's a couple of weeks ago and, as usual, shook my head in wonderment at the high quality of the results.
Here are a few from a Sony A7R with various old lenses, as noted.
Nandinia (105mm Sankyo Kohki Komura f/2.5)
Line Dance (135mm Pentacon Prakticar f/2.8)
Looks Good Enough to Drink (135mm Pentacon Prakticar f/2.8)
Lewisia (28-210mm Vivitar (Cosina) Macro Focusing Zoom f/3.5-5.6)
Unlocked | A7 III and Sigma 70mm F2.8 Macro
Big Powerful Bull Bison Poses by David Stephens, on Flickr
Found in the 'Fairy Woods'
A little 'Americana' from the 'Hoosier Heartland', also known as Indiana for those of you out
side of these United States.
75mm CV Heliar Classic
Sony a6000 / Sony/Zeiss 16-70mm 4.0 On the farm in Petaluma
Another Yashica Electro 35 fan.Yashica Guy now selling battery adapter for this camera
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