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Very nice photograph, I love the contrasts and composure you used. Yashica's are fun camera's, I have an on Super- TL that had the built in meter quit working a few years ago, but it's still a great cam. Great work!
I possess 4 Yashica SLRs: Yashica FX-7, Yashica FX-3 Super, Yashica FX-3, and a Yashica FR II. Also 2 Yash RFs: Yashica Electro 35 GSN Rangefinder. All are working except the FX-3 it fires the shutter everytime I advance the film.