Yashica Model LM 44

A beautiful example of this interesting camera from Yashica.

With its original box and still looking like new.
The LM 44 had a built-in light meter (LM) and used 127-roll film.
Produced from 1959 to 1965. It was much smaller than a 120-roll film TLR.

If you’re interested in these collectible twin-lens cameras (TLR) from Yashica remember that they use the now discontinued 127-roll film vice the common 120-roll film. I understand that there are ways to re-spool 120 films on 127 film rolls. Thanks for stopping by. – Chris

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