Yashica T Zoom

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The Yashica T Zoom (also known as "Yashica T4 Zoom" or "Kyocera T Zoom") is an advanced compact camera for 35 mm film made by Kyocera, introduced in 2002. It is the only camera belonging to the popular T-series which features a zoom lens. However, the dimensions of the camera are nearly the same like the Yashica T4 without zoom lens. All cameras were provided with built-in data-back, to imprint date or time.


  • Lens: Carl Zeiss Vario Tessar T* 4.5-8/28-70 (7 elements in 6 groups)
  • Programmed electronic shutter, 2-1/300 s (wide), 2-1/250 s (tele)
  • Long time exposure mode, up to 120 s
  • Nearest focus distance: 0.5 m (1.6 ft)
  • Film speed range, DX-coded: 50 - 3200 ASA (non-DX: 100 ASA)
  • Autofocus with multi-AF (5 points) or spot-AF mode
  • Flash modes: off, auto, auto with red-eye-reduction, night, portrait, fill-in
  • Exposure compensation +- 1.5 EV
  • Long time exposure up to 120 s
  • Diopter adjustment: -3 to +1
  • Cordless remote control
  • Self-timer
  • Midroll rewind
  • Battery: CR123A Lithium 3 V
  • Size: 114 x 64 x 41 mm, weight 193 g