The Yashica 44 is a "baby" twin lens reflex which was introduced in 1958. It uses 127 film producing 4x4cm negatives, a film which was more or less extinct for awhile when Kodak stopped producing it in the 1990's. However there are a few companies that have reintroduced the format, film choices are limited but at least it is fairly easy to find, The camera is solidly built and works fine. My example is in great shape except for the leather.
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