Photographers looking to mix both retro 35mm and digital photography may be interested in a new digital film system which has been created by YASHICA based in Tokyo, Japan.
Watch the video below to learn more about the digital film system which allows you to benefit from the lost mechanics of using and loading film into your camera.
Specifications of the digiFilm Camera By YASHICA
• 1/3.2-inch CMOS sensor
• 14 megapixel photos
• Built-in viewfinder
• Apertures of f2.8
• Focal Length 35mm
• A minimum focusing distance of 1m (~3 feet) to infinity
• 5 selectable steps shutter speeds 1s, 1/30s, 1/60s, 1/250s, 1/500s
• SD card storage (wifi card compatible)
• Micro USB connectivity for data transfers
• Tripod mount ready
• Operate with 2 x AA batteries
• Image controlled by digiFilm
We develop different “digiFilm” with its unique style and distinct effect. Designed for high quality images of different style such as ISO 1600 High Speed, ISO 400 Black & White, 120 format of 6×6 images and ISO 200 Ultra Fine. What’s more…? Lot of different digiFilms are coming to give photographers more opportunities to experiment and create beautiful images in different styles.
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. 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. Every Y35 image is real, carefully captured in its true moment.
YASHICA digiFilm Camera is a mean of capturing moments at your will. Randomness in a photo is never reckless, minimalist is never simple and leaving blank is never empty. Even the smallest scenery can have the biggest impact. What pours life into the images is the Y35, digiFilm Camera, and the eyes behind the viewfinder.
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