Yashica Mat 124G film Camera and an Orange
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I replaced my previous entry for this challenge because I prefer the simplicity of this image better. Sometimes it is difficult to determine which entry to use for the challenge but I will keep this one in place. Thank you anyway for the response on my earlier attempt.
I bought this older Yashica camera several years ago from a photographer who was upgrading his equipment, when I purchased his Nikon FE2 film camera at the same time. I am not sure how old it is but it uses 120 film.
Update: I just did a research on this type of camera and here is what I found for when it was manufactured etc.
"The Yashica Mat-124 G was made from 1970 till 1986 and was the last TLR produced by Yashica"
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Also by Andrea Petersen
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