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    I love my Yashica A, sold my Ricoh Diacord L and the Rolleicord may be next.
    “In the end, it's not going to matter how many breaths you took,
    but how many moments took your breath away.”
    ― Shing Xiong

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChristopherCoy View Post
    That's funny! My 635 is three times brighter than my Hassy.

    Is there a "David Odess" of the Yashicas? Anyone know of someone?
    Mark Hama is the US Yashica guy. He assembled Yashica-Mats in Japan, came to the US and was service manager for years, then set up his own repair shop.

    http://www.markhama.com/

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    Thanks Dan!

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    [QUOTE=ChristopherCoy;1448993]To say that I love this camera is an understatement. I think I love it more than my 'Blad.... is that bad?

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    best camera in the world is the one you use and the one that gives you the images you want.

    Nothing else matters. Nothing.

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    The Yashica 635 TLR

    Yes, but when I usually have one or three with me, this one is always my favorite to use!

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    Had the same problem, until I cleaned the ground glass and the mirror and the taking lens. All is well now.
    Got to unscrew the pop up hood to get to the ground glass and the mirror.

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    It's a little wonder! I bought the yashica 635 because it was cheap; turned out to be an lovely camera/lens.
    Your pictures are very nice, especially the overlapped ones.
    Let me show you some pictures I took with mine 635:

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    The Yashica 635 TLR

    Wow!! Those are nice images!!

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    I'm absolutely in love with my Yashica 635! Below is the very first photograph I ever captured with it; taken last summer from the shore in front of my home on Fogo Island. (off the northeast coast of Newfoundland) I shot it handheld in very low light; in fact I didn't believe it would even turn out. Of my entire camera collection, this is the one I find myself reaching for most. As some of you know, my 635 is rather unique in that it's one of just a handful ever made with black radial control dials, instead of the usual silver ones.

    Glen





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