Maintenance Report

Paste leather for YASHICA’s film SLR cameras!



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Because we can’t speak english

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but I would like you to understand

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In this issue, we would like to introduce the pasted leather of YASHICA’s manual focus film SLR camera released in 1978.

YASHICA FRⅡ (Reference product)

The YASHICA FR II has a long, narrow pattern of pasted leather.
The front side of the leather bracket has slightly different dimensions on the upper and lower sides.

The film chamber’s hinged leather is also firmly attached with brackets extended and integrated into the film chamber.

The film chamber opening on the opposite side is also firmly attached to the paste leather by a bracket integrated from the front.

The film chamber lid has the same pattern of pasted leather as the front and is securely attached with a slightly rounded bracket.

This time we introduced a Yashica manual focus film SLR camera released in 1978.

This camera is equipped with an orthodox design of leather pasteboard.

Thanks to the bracket and the strong adhesion, there is no peeling at all.

The camera is in such a beautiful condition that it is hard to believe that it is about 40 years old.

I will continue to write columns on various aspects and designs of film SLR cameras that are of interest to you, so please look forward to them!

Thank you for reading my column today.

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Writer Takashi Okumura