Gorgeous restored Yashica FX-D bundle. Arguably the best compact SLR in Yashica FX series, sharing many features with Contax 139. Very ergonomic, light and easy-to-carry camera, with aperture-priority shooting, full range of manual shutter speeds, exposure lock and self-timer. Like other FX- series Yashicas, it is equipped with a robust metal-leaf quartz-controlled shutter and C/Y lens mount, which allows it to be used with used with a vast range of high quality Carl Zeiss, Yashica and third party lenses. Reliable camera, made in Japan, tastefully customized for your enjoyment.
Shutter, meter, film transport, timer all work properly. Brand new seals and mirror guard installed for years of trouble-free operation.
Near mint. No dents or major scratches, just very chrome pitting around prism cover. Bright and clean lettering on the dials. Focusing screen and viewfinder and bright and clear of dust. Original leatherette professionally replaced with genuine italian calfskin leather in Brown Camo pattern. This beautiful leather has a suede-like texture and pearlescent tones.
- Yashica ML 50mm f/2.0 prime lens (made in Japan). MINT condition, crystal clear glass, no scratches or fungus. Aperture is snappy and blades are oil-free. Focusing is smooth. The barrel of the lens shows practically no signs of use. UV filter and new generic front cap are included. Great, sharp prime, often compared to equivalent Zeiss product in optical quality.
- Yashica ML 75-150 f/4 zoom lens. Aperture is snappy and blades are oil-free. Focusing is smooth. Glass of this lens is scratch-free but there is coating loss on the front element. The barrel of the lens is in excellent shape. Rear cap is included.
- Toyo Optics 2x teleconverter, with both caps and original case. Looks clean and barely used.
- Yashica CS-203 compact flash in excellent cosmetic and functional condition (AA batteries not included). Small chip next two the battery cap (no effect on function). Colorful vintage camera strap, factory manual for the flash. A set of fresh batteries for the meter