Kyocera Yashica 230 AF + 35-70mm + 70-210mm

+ Sample shots
€ 149,95 € 99,95

The Yashica 230 AF is an autofocus 35mm SLR introduced 1987 by Kyocera in Japan.

It was promoted as having three autofocus modes: single-shot, continuous (follow-focus) and trap-focus (shutter fires when subject enters focus). The camera provides motorized film advance (up to 1.8 frames/sec in continuous mode) and rewind; and recognizes film DX coding from ISO 25–5000. LCDs on the top panel and underneath the viewfinder image display shooting parameters. Exposure modes include programmed autoexposure (keyed to lens focal length, with program shift), aperture- or shutter-priority, or manual settings (PASM). Spot metering with AE lock is offered.



- Body: Yashica 230 AF

- Film speed settings: Automatic mode supported ISO 25 to 5000

- Shutter Speed: Shutter speeds from 1/2000 to 16 sec

- Exposure: Available modes were PROGRAM (automatic settings with program shift), Av (aperture-priority), Tv (shutter-priority) and M (fully manual)

- Film Winding: Motorized film advance makes up to 1.8 fps possible

- Lens: AF 35-70mm 1:3.3-4.5 Macro

- Lens: AF 70-210mm 1:4.5


Comes with the following:

- Neck strap

- Body & Lens caps

- 1 extra sun screen

- 1 extra protective filter



- 4.5/5

- Body in good working condition, mechanically and electronically

- Lenses in good condition without fungus


What you still need:

- 35mm film

- 1x 2CR5 battery


The camera in the photos is the camera you are purchasing. Example photos taken with this camera can be seen below. Film used: Expired Kodak Gold 400