Arnold Schwarzenegger with a Yashica

2012-04-23 2

Here we have our Terminator, enjoying an analogue camera when he was young…

Arnold Schwarzenegger, in his best years (now he’s… different) enjoying a Yashica. I don’t know what Yashica model it is exactly, but I think it’s a Yashica TL Electro-X. Todo, a deluxe camera!

Photo by Camarapedia

About Arnold…we can’t say much more about him. We have grown up with his movies and we already know some of his work by heart (while there are those that are best left forgotten).

He was Mr.Olimpia (greatest bodybuilder in the world) for seven times from 1970 to 1975 and again in 1980. After that, he tried his luck in films and found more success. Most popular among his films are “Conan,” “Terminator,” “Predator,” “Danko”, “True Lies” and some comedies such as “Twins” and “Kindergarten Cop”.

After his time at the cinema, he decided to run as governor of California although he has recently faced public scrutiny for his womanizing.

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2 Comments

  1. hervinsyah
    hervinsyah ·

    I love his journalist ex wife, Maria, I bet she's a good photographer too

  2. fabc68
    fabc68 ·

    Truly some of his works are best forgotten... and yet, he can boast a surprisingly low number of really bad or unsuccessful movies, for an action star of the 80es. Compare him to Stallone, Van Damme and Dudikoff and you'll see that their flicks bombed much more frequently.

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