I recently found a Yashica Mat-EM at my grandmother's house. I asked her about it and she didn't even know what it was so it must of been her late husband's. So i turn to you M&A, what is shooting TLR like. How hard is it? Anything you can give me i would love to know
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Loading it isn't hard, theres plenty of youtube tutorials. The mirrored viewfinder takes some getting used to and nailing focus at larger apertures is pretty tricky, but you're gonna love composing on a big ass ground glass screen. Leaf shutter lenses are ace too. Basically no vibration or noise.