Skip to product information
1 of 7

Camera / medium format

Yashica Mat-124G

Yashica Mat-124G

S/N: 100792

Regular price €379,00
Regular price Sale price €379,00
Sale Sold out

In 1970, Yashica started production of their last TLR, the Yashica Mat-124G. A classic 6x6 twin lens reflex medium format camera. With the same Yashinon 80mm f/3.5 lens, Bay 1 accessory mount and flip up magnifier it offers largely the same functionality as its predecessor. Main upgrade was the use of gold-plated contacts for the lightmeter functionality. 

We have been recommending some of the Yashica TLR models for years now. They are an extremely capable and affordable way to get into medium format photography. Yashinon lenses might not be that will known but they are stellar performers. The waist level finder, which mirrors the image, takes some getting used too but is easy enough after a few rolls. 


This camera comes in good condition. Lenses are clean and show normal signs of previous use. Slow speed and film winding mechanism were overhauled and focus was adjusted. Light meter was checked and calibrated (using a 1,35V battery). It does seem like this camera has suffered some fall damage in the past. The focusing knob is slightly skewed but doesn't affect its use. Some aspects are in slightly rougher condition than we would like so this camera is offered at a reduced price. Still a perfect user camera!

Light seals replaced


Released in: 1970

Mount: n/a

Type: medium format


Mechanical Condition: 4
Cosmetic Condition: 4
Optical Condition: 4


Requires: PX625

*while we test our equipment to the highest standards possible, please keep in mind that these items are several decades old. Light meters can't last forever and even though we garantuee a proper function (unless stated otherwise), due to the fragile nature of the meters, we can not cover them under our warranty.

View full details

In a continuous effort to get the best gear in your hands, we keep investing in tools and equipment to make sure everything that passes through our hands is accurately evaluated.

There is only one way to properly test vintage cameras and lenses and it's by using precision equipment. Read up on our Testing Procedures to see what we put every camera and lens through before making them available.