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    Default Re: Yashica Twin Lens Reflex Users?

    I've never used omax close-ups, but they seem to be good for TLRs, as they have parallax correction, and they come with attachments for both the viewing and taking lens, making it very convenient.

    I don't take a lot of close-ups (lazy), as the close-up filters I have are series 5, using an adapter. Problem is, they don't come in a set for the viewing and taking lens, and I need to adjust the camera height after composing. But they are cheap. Ebay vendors sell the adapters/close-up filters from SGD7 onwards each.
    Yashica Mat LM,
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    Default Re: Yashica Twin Lens Reflex Users?

    Take a look at www.yashicacameraclub.com Lots of photos and info especially about the Yashica TLR's

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    After my first failure try....

    2nd try i know how to manage my camera meter le...but most of the time i try to go w the sunny 16 rules..so didnt realli use the meter much...
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    Default Re: Yashica Twin Lens Reflex Users?

    Finally found a Yashica Mat at a reasonable price and completing a dream since the day I used an film SLR. Seems to be in good working condition.
    I'm keeping my fingers crossed with the 12 exposures I have taken with it.


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    Default Re: Yashica Twin Lens Reflex Users?

    Haven't been contributing for quite some time. Been so busy with work that I didn't get out to shoot much either. Here's some.





    Yashica Mat LM,
    OM2n, OM2SP

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    Default Re: Yashica Twin Lens Reflex Users?

    Some shots taken by my Yashica Mat 124. Got it last September.




    Untitled by Scandiacus, on Flickr


    Untitled by Scandiacus, on Flickr


    Untitled by Scandiacus, on Flickr


    Untitled by Scandiacus, on Flickr


    Untitled by Scandiacus, on Flickr

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    Default Re: Yashica Twin Lens Reflex Users?

    First roll off my Yashica-Mat. Kodak Tri-X 100.
    The flare resistance is really weak. Would a hood help?

    I can certainly see the potential in detail retention on such a large format, but Ive still a long way to go.





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    Gonna get my Yashica 124 soon once I get my funding ^^ hope to join this group soon!

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    Hi, for those who may want to look for the battery, you can get it from a battery shop on 2nd floor Sim Lim Square. H-D 625 for $1.50. Be reminded that it contains mercury, but I have yet to get an official reply from NEA on how to dispose of it. Happy shooting. Found it flares easily.
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    err anyone tried mr9 adapter on yashica mat 124g?
    MR-9 Adapter. Replacement for PX625, PX13 or MR9 discontinued Mercury cells.

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