Early Yashica Pentamatic ’35’ Brochure

The Yashica Pentamatic ’35’ was Yashica’s first single-lens reflex (SLR) camera – introduced in early 1960.

There’s a chance that this was the first brochure released in the U.S. Maybe March 1960.
Take note that besides the standard f1.8 5.5cm lens there were only two other lenses offered. (the brochure has them reversed)
Such a striking design – the first cameras were made in January 1960.

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