The Yashica Electro 35 GTN belongs to the 1960's generation of rangefinder cameras. Its size is comparable to that of the Konica Auto S2 and the elder Minolta Hi-Matic models 7S, 9, and 11. The camera looks attractive and seems very well built. It has a fast f1.7 45mm lens. There is a similar chrome finished model called Electro 35 GSN. Frequently quoted advantages of these cameras are the outstandingly sharp lens , the quiet copal shutter, which allows for free-hand exposure down to a 1/8 sec (or even below). All Yashica Electro rangefinders operate in a semi-automatic aperture priority mode (the user sets the aperture, the camera chooses the appropriate exposure time).
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