mjuII or t5super?


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Wryer

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Hi guys,

which will you choose over the 2?

1) MjuII
- all weather
- constant f3.5 at 35mm
- spot metering
- proven performer

2) yashica t5super
- carl zeiss lens
- superscope
- costs more

Which will you decide?

thanx for all help
 

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if u have the chance, get the Yashica T5 Super. It's already out of production and you won't have much opportunities to get it later. As for the Olympus MJU II, it's still widely available.
 

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Hmm, True.

But thats what making me slightly worried. The rumours regarding EOL of kyocera, but thats a small issue.

I more concerned abt image quality, and the value vs quality issue.

thanls mpenza!
 

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if you can get. Get the T5 super. I have it and the lens is sharp!

Problem is, very difficult find.
 

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Hehe, i do have an offer of a t5super.Thats why im asking if i should get it instead of the mujII.
 

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i think for the t5super the used pricing seems pretty good, whereas for the mjuII the used pricing drops a fair bit.

the mjuII is a f2.8 i think...

i had a t4 first which i still have and later bought a mjuII (which went dead suddenly one day). the t4 is still going strong after like 7-8 years. the mjuII is more pocketable. i can't tell the diff in image quality between the two. i would think a t5super would be more collectable given it's more rare.
 

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