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The Yashica Y35 is a new ‘digiFilm’ camera that shoots digital photos with the help of pretend rolls of film.
Styled after Yashica’s original Electro 35, which had the world’s first electronic-controlled shutter, the Y35 features a 1/3.2-inch CMOS sensor that shoots 14-megapixel photos and a 35mm f/2.8 glass lens. The camera is designed to “recapture the joy and meaning of analogue-photography” while “eliminating the time and expense required for film development.”
Need to change from shooting “medium format” ISO 1600 photos to shooting black-and-white ISO 400 shots? Pop out your digiFilm roll and insert the new one. But you won’t be able to shoot immediately: the camera will need to “wind on the film” for a brief period first. Oh, and there’s a “film advancement lever” that you need to use too.
There will be 4 different digiFilm rolls at launch: ISO 1600 High Speed, Black & White (ISO 400), ISO 200 Ultra Fine (standard color photos), and 120 Format (6×6 and ISO 200. “Perfect for Instagram,” Yashica says). ( )
The film rolls are only meant for changing your camera’s mode — photos themselves are stored on an SD card through a slot in the camera.
What the camera lacks is an LCD screen for reviewing your photos and a way to delete any photo you’ve captured.
“Using YASHICA Y35 is a journey to the truth—there is no instant gratification of a review screen, no delete button, and no hiding from mistakes,” Yashica says. “The world seen from the viewfinder of Y35, might be a little slower, a little prettier, transporting us back to a time when we all pay a little bit more attention, and causing us to care each shot before clicking the shutter – because it must solid the first tie or the moment is lost.”
Dobro stoji na Kickstarteru (cena same kamere je vrlo niska... zanimljivo):