KYOCERA SAMURAI X3 0 MANUAL
Yashica Samurai X3.0 instruction manual, user manual, PDF
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Classic Cameras: Kyocera/Yashica Samurai X3.0 | B&H Explora
Mar 12, 2018What looks like a camcorder from the 1980s, takes upwards of 75 shots per roll, and is really an SLR with a built-in 3x zoom lens? The answer: the Kyocera/Yashica Samurai X3.0. This uniquely little, albeit somewhat big, camera is a half-frame 35mm film camera, meaning that instead of taking 24 x 36mm images, it records 17 x 24mm images.Reviews: 6Author: Bjorn Petersen
Yashica Samurai X3.0 (1988) - mike eckman dot com
Apr 23, 2019A higher end model with a 4x zoom called the Samurai X4.0 was offered around the same time as the X3.0, and then in the early 1990s, a simpler model called the Samurai Z eventually appeared on store shelves. In 1998 Kyocera/Yashica would reuse the Samurai name on an APS viewfinder (not an SLR) film camera called the Samurai 4000iX.
Kyocera X3.0 - Camera Collector Pages
Mar 12, 2019Kyocera X3.0 Some products make you wonder why they exist, or what did the designer have in mind while product conceived. The Olympus Samurai series cameras are well near to the top of the list. In the mid 80’s several Japanese camera manufacturers, namely Olympus, Ricoh, Chinon, Fuji, Yashica and Nikon presented series of cross-breed ‘mule’ cameras, neither conventional SLR..
Yashica Samurai X3.0 - Camera-wiki - The free camera
The Samurai is a true SLR, exposing half-fame (17×24 mm) images—a format which had always been more accepted within the Japanese market (for example in the Olympus Pen series). The Samurai X3.0 can be found with both Yashica and Kyocera branding, and with accents in either red or teal blue colors.
Yashica Samurai X3.0 (1987 or 1988) | Photo
Jul 26, 2016"Yashica Samurai X3.0 (1988) The Samurai X3.0 was the first model of a series of ergonomic (built-to-fit-the-hand for one-hand operation), half-frame, "bridge" SLRs that Yashica manufactured beginning in 1988. It is a true SLR camera which makes it stand out from many point-and-shoot cameras, as does its half-frame format.
The User’s Review: How many versions of Kyocera/Yashica
This review talked about the functions of all four models of Samurai. By following the Samurai X3.0 online, I found that there were also many versions of X3.0 out there. As I learned, X3.0 was first sold as Kyocera Samurai X3.0, which had at least three color versions of main switch, zoom buttons and lens ring in either black, red or green.Author: The Chens
Yashica Samurai X3.0 35mm Half Frame Film Camera - eBay
Product Information. Find that fanciful photographer inside of you with the Yashica Samurai X3.0 35mm half-frame film camera. Taking photos on a standard 35-millimeter camera gets expensive when you purchase rolls and rolls of film, but the Yashica Samurai X3.0 35mm half-frame film camera takes photos with the bonus of doubling your film.4.5/5(6)