Tuesday, April 1, 2014

Yashica Mat-124(G) Samplr

The Yashica Mat-124 G was made from 1970 till 1986 and was the last TLR produced by Yashica. Even if this type of camera seemed to be obsolete at the time of its appearence, the 124 G was a success in that time. The 124 and 124G are largely identical, save for trim (the Mat-124 G was all black) and electrical differences. The 124(G) can handle both 120 and 220 film. Below is a selection of 12 interesting colour analog photos taken by using Yashica Mat-124 or Yashica Mat-124G cameras.

untitled by s.v.g

untitled by air and water

serengeti in san francisco by reflect / refract

New York, New York by kenny ip

Garde à vous by philoufr

Ristretto Caffe by claus peder

. by patrickjoust

untitled by Nathan Congleton

Triborough Bridge by Rafakoy

wistful, wispy or both by Calakmul

Venice postcard by Mr. Bizi

貓貓草 by Huen *

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1 comment :

  1. Awesome article after reading this I remember my childhood life when I was travel by Black-Yellow cabs in Mumbai. Another funny thing that I remember is that if want to call cabs in Mumbai said "taxi taxi Colaba chaloge " but now just call on customer care and hire a taxi in minute or book advance by website.