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The Yashica 35-ME is a small, compact 35mm viewfinder camera with auto-exposure, made in Japan by Yashica, introduced c. March 1972.

The film speed is set using a ring around the lens, with a display just below.

The top plate carries the shutter release, hot shoe and frame counter.

  • Lens: Yashica 38mm f2.8; zone and feet/metres scales
  • Shutter: Copal auto, speed set by metering, 1/30-1/650 sec.
  • Flash: hot shoe

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