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Yashica Minister D is a rangefinder camera that uses 135 film. Made in the 60s, it's a classic design with a sharp Yashinon 2.8/45 mm lens. Exposure is by an uncoupled CdS meter and is set manually on the lens via EV reading. It's a quick and easy system to use.
Requires one 625 button cell to run the exposure meter (not included).
Comes with original case and lens cap.
I used it and it's a very decent camera, pleasant to use. It's a bit larger and has some heft which is plasant to handle.
Fully functional, excellent shape.
All shutter speeds run accurate, aperture works, focusing works, viewfinder is clean, all operation is smooth. Light meter accurate. Rangefinder accurate.
Rangefinder spot clear. Lens clear, almost no dust. No fungus, no separation. Viewfinder clear, almost no dust.
Body has very little marks of use. A small dent in top cover, please see photos (back, left corner). Film and battery compartments clean.
Thanks for looking and please ask prior to buying if you have any questions. I'm also happy to give advice for photographic equipment.
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Ship items back to me within: 7 days of delivery
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IMPORTANT: Please remember that handmade pieces are made manually by me, as opposed to rolling off a factory floor, and therfore they differ from one to another and some imperfection is possible and adds to their nature. Also please remember that vintage items are usually not in perfect condition. I do my best to describe condition of all my items as accurately as possible. If you have any questions, please ask prior to placing an order.
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Domestic and International Customers
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Please note that due to Covid-19, the only available shipping option only has full tracking for countries within the borders of European Union. Countries outside the EU only have tracking as long as the package is in Poland.
I do my best to make sure items arrive safely to you but once I ship, the orders are out of my hands and I am not responsible for lost packages and cannot offer refunds for missing items. I always provide a tracking number so you have proof of the item being sent to you.
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I do my best to ensure that the colour of an item is accurately represented but this may vary from monitor to monitor – if you would like to ask questions as to exact colour please message me and I will do my best to describe!
All items are measured lying flat and they are approximate to 1 cm/0.5 in. Any queries at all, please message me prior to purchase.
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