Lomopedia: Yashica MF-2 Super2 14 Share Tweet
Photography is photography, no matter how you look at it. And if you're one to take challenges head-on, you might want to try shooting with the Yashica MF-2 Super. The game is fairly easy, improve your photo skills with as little control as possible.
That might sound cliche but the Yashica MF-2 Super really had everything toned down to keep the photographic process as simple as possible. It was a 35 mm point-and-shoot camera that has a pop-up flash and a DX-coding system. The MF-2 Super also had a metering cell that warns the user of underexposure by way of a red LED in the viewfinder. Basically, the MF-2 Super had a lot of similarities with the Yashica MF-2 aside from the DX-coding system and some aesthetic features.
The MF-2 Super was a camera that you didn't have to fiddle around with in hopes of getting a good exposure. Of course, it had a decent 38 mm lens out front that was able to take good photos but if you really wanted great results from this camera, you had to work for it. Minding the focusing distance of more than one meter is vital to taking home clean and sharp images with this point-and-shoot. What the MF-2 Super lacked in amenities, it made up for with its appealing black finish with red details and convenient shooting experience. It was definitely a camera that you could burn through a whole film roll with while having fun.
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Film: 35 mm
Camera Type: Point-and-shoot
Lens: Yashica lens 38 mm f/3.8
Aperture: f/3.8 and f/8
Focus Range: 1 m to infinity
Shutter speeds: 1/100, 1/60 for flash
ISO value: DX-coded
Weight: < 500 g
Battery: 2AA × 2 pcs
All information used in this article was sourced from Old Camera Collection, Yashica Sailor Boy, and Clicking Photos.
written by cheeo on 2018-12-21 #gear #film #gear #point-and-shoot #35-mm #lomopedia