It’s Monday and it’s time to post some new items in my camera shop at http://www.ccstudio2380.com
Everything is on sale for the remainder of March and the first week of April – take 15% off my already value-priced items.
Lots of other great items in the shop too – pop on over to http://www.ccstudio2380.com and see if there’s something you like.
Back in 1958 (May-June) Yashica released or introduced the inventive model 635 twin-lens reflex (TLR) camera to the export markets. It would be a short while before the camera would make its debut in Japan.
The only film it couldn’t shoot was movie film!
This one is from one of the first batches of cameras made in June 1958. Its serial number puts it at the 231st made. It was purchased new by the original owner at the RAF Changi base in Singapore.
Close-up view of the 35 mm conversion kit that originally came with the camera.
A general idea of how to install the 35 mm film cartridge and kit.
A gem from 1958.
As Carol and I continue to downsize our camera collection we’ve made this camera and kit available in our online camera shop at http://www.ccstudio2380.com
If you’re looking to get into medium-format film photography and still want to use 35 mm film to make color transparencies (slides) this is a perfect combo camera to invest in.
Thanks for stopping by and feel free to hit us with an offer if you’re so inclined. Chris & Carol
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