Is Yashica T3 good?

Is Yashica T3 good?

There is no denying it – the Yashica T3 takes good pictures, and the image quality is great. And you get everything in a small and light package, and you can take the camera with you even when its raining. Overall, the Yashica T3 is maybe the best snapshot camera I have – but for more, I find it lacking some features.

What battery does Yashica t3 use?

lithium battery
Date unit uses a 3V lithium battery (CR-2025).

What battery does Yashica t3 take?

Date unit uses a 3V lithium battery (CR-2025).

What kind of film is Yashica?

35mm film
Yashica also published an image of 35mm film canisters bearing its branding. The label says that it’s 36-exposure ISO 400 C-41 film.

How do I use Yashica T2?

The T2 is an almost entirely automatic camera with programmed auto-exposure and auto focus. After popping in a pricey 2CR5 6V battery, insert your film, press the shutter to advance to exposure one and the camera will automatically detect ISO between 50 and 1600.

What lens does the Yashica T3 have?

Unlike the rest of the various Yashica T* series P&S cameras, which boast Zeiss Tessar 35mm f/3.5 lenses, the T3 has a Tessar 35mm f/2.8. Already a not insignificant improvement.

Does the Yashica T3 have a power switch?

While most of the functions on the Yashica T3 are automatic, the combined lens cover / power switch is fully mechanical – good idea on Yashicas part, you don’t have to wait for any lens to extend and it preserves battery power.

How many Yashica TLR models are there?

Yashica TLR Models (66 & 44) See “66 Models” and “44 Models” for photos, descriptions and trim details of individual models. Contents (Scroll down or click on links) Models & Variations Yashica TLR Models & Specifications Table Table of Release Date, End Date & Production Quantity Sources Identifying Models & Variations by Nameplate

When did the Yashica T4 come out?

Yashica’s T4, first released in 1992, was one of the first of these cameras to be released. Unlike its clunkier ancestors in the T range, it had a f3.5 lens rather than a 2.8, but the autofocus was considerably better.