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    Olympus FTL
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    I actually think that the Olympus bodies were overrated. Cute, small, but not as robust.

    And von Hoegh, don't count on the Yashica TL Super being as well made as that H1a. I might be wrong in your specific case, but, overall, I think not. - David Lyga

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    My first real camera was a Yashica TL electro-X. The Yashinon 50mm f/1.4 crumbled. It was my first and last f/1.4 lens. Still miss it.

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    Question is Favorite not Best or Most Robust

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    Quote Originally Posted by David Lyga View Post
    I actually think that the Olympus bodies were overrated. Cute, small, but not as robust.

    And von Hoegh, don't count on the Yashica TL Super being as well made as that H1a. I might be wrong in your specific case, but, overall, I think not. - David Lyga
    I've been inside both of them. No real difference. Neither of them are a patch on a Nikon F, which I have also serviced.

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