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    First black and white from my Yashica A ...

    ... with Yashicor 80/3.5, Arista EDU 400, D76:


    My daughter's family, cropped from the top a bit.


    Cropped a bit from the bottom


    Full frame.


    Full frame.

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    Nice results! Yashicas are great little cameras. Big neg and sharp lens.

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    Good start! If you need more sharpness, use some tmax film (like 400) and use f8-16 range.

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    Thanks, guys ...

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    Great results! Fun, isn't it?

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    Aye, it is ...

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    I have one of the same (camera, I mean). Shoot it, enjoy it and cherish it. It's a great, but often underrated camera...mainly because of the Yashikor lens. But, I have reason to believe that the 'kors are sharper than the more famous 'nons.

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    Nice shots! I love my Yashica A, too. Fuji Acros 100 is another great film to use with this wonderful camera. For more contrast, you could use a yellow or orange filter. Since the A does not have the standard Bay-1 lens mount (30mm bayonet), I made an adapter using a Voigtlander 310/32 lens hood with a 52mm-55mm step up ring epoxied to it.






    Enjoy your Yashica!

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    Thanks, fellas. Much appreciate the encouragement ...

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    Beautiful family and great shots. I wonder if you accidently cropped of your daughter's foot from parallax error? The Yashica is a very nice camera.

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