Yashica Electro 35 Vintage Rangerfinder Camera
In 1966 Yashica introduced the Electro 35, the first of a very successful line of 35mm rangefinder cameras with fixed Yashinon lenses. The rangefinder is coupled to the focusing ring and the viewfinder is parallax corrected. The Electros use aperture priority exposure with a stepless automatic shutter with speeds from 30 seconds to 1/500s. Metering is done by half depressing the shutter button. This rare Yashica rangefinder is in good condition, all levers, knobs, buttons and dials move freely and the shutter fires - no further testing was performed. Includes a good condition original leather case. Camera and case are used, sold as collectibles and sold as is.