Yashica Electro 35 GSN
This little beauty was part of a larger collection I got from a local collector who's decided it was time to downsize.
These were made in the mid 1970's and are very simple to use, but actually produce beautiful images. It is fixed with a 45mm f/1.7 lens, but it's closest focusing distance is about 2.6 ft. so no macro shots with this guy. I used a long expired roll of Solaris 400 ISO film so I was surprised how well the pictures came out.
Canon EOS 10s
Five Star 500mm f/8
So if you ever thought about picking up one of these cheapies for some distance shooting, don't bother. You can get them for $50 or so on eBay, but I got it thrown in with a bunch of camera stuff I bought. Will it focus light onto your camera sensor or film and produce an image? Yes. Will the image be tolerable on Facebook? Sure. Can you zoom in and see sharp detail? Not on your life. Oh, and I hope you like chromatic aberration too...
Minolta Maxxum 3Xi
Grandpa's Canon Sure Shot Owl
Funny Looking Lens...
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