I have one Yashica loaded with b/w which I intend to develop at home and then run through the scanner. I have not been in the mood to shoot b/w in the summer.
I spoke too soon on the latest one. Despite its good looks, it evidently has the "pad of death" problem. Symptoms, no clunk when you advance the film, and the shutter has only two speeds, fast and slow. Oh well, the filter and strap were worth the cost and maybe this winter I will take another crack at the pad problem. The first one I tried, I got the pad on but couldn't get the camera back together.
I should mention that my rangefinder affliction includes acquiring a Zorki 4, a Konica C 35 and a Canonet Q17 GIII. I can't seem to stop using the Yashicas though.
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