Yashica Mat 124G
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Old 03-27-2014   #1
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Default Yashica Mat 124G

Just getting used to the 124G I just picked up. I can't believe the shape this is in. The black leather case doesn't even have a scuff on it. I figured that for my collection of stupid old cameras I had to have a belly button camera and for less than 50 bucks I couldn't pass this one up. Still looking for a Minolta Autocord though. I went with the family to Outdoor Safari and snapped a few Ilford Delta 100 shots. First time I had the Mat out.
I was kidding the great nieces and nephew I cut the head off the prettiest one.

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The Yashicamat is a sweet rig. I have the Yashicamat 124 and a Rollieflex that I plan to shoot side by side with soon.


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