Posted 7 years ago
This is where the madness all began. My dad's 1972 Yashica TL-Electro. I inherited this beauty (my precious)when my dad replaced it with an Olympus compact while I was in high school. He had bought it brand new with all the accessories he could get his hands on at that time. It hung around my neck on a vintage hippy strap and I used this reliable camera consistantly for years. Along with the camera I have a wide array of accessories from a dozen different lens filters, a zoom lens, a closeup lens, the flash unit, a hippy strap, a lens hood, cases and instruction manuals for everything, a large camera bag, everything but the kitchen sink. I still pick it up from time to time slap some black and white film in it and play. On the market they are not worth a whole lot and were quite common but to me it's priceless.