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In 2008 the Yashica trademark rights were sold to the Hong Kong-based MF Jebsen Group and in March 2015, 100 Enterprises International Group Co. The latest video features the smartphone lens (very briefly) and a rangefinder-styled camera *** which is not a 'historical' Yashica ***This mysterious camera has a cocking and film feed lever and a rewind button (which might be dummies, should the camera be digital). So it's obvious that this "unprecedented" camera will be a digital RF with two interchangeable sensors (think Ricoh GXR)..with a Bayer array for color, and the other without, for monochrome.Make it M-mount and you've got a nice (and hopefully affordable) camera. Maybe this question was raised in earlier comments already - but why do viewers think this might be a digital camera to come?But this is because an original Electro camera is being featured, I suspect to generate nostalgia and interest in whatever the brand has in mind.More intriguing is the actor using the camera as though to take a selfie, something physically impossible to do unless she has arms about one metre long.No doubting the video and stills looks good under some challenging lighting.Maybe the teaser is more informative than we first thought? Does it necessarily have to have an interchangeable lens mount?Almost from day one it ruined every single shot with some degree of light leakage, then the winder mechanism started slipping so I'd get massive yellow/red patches over half/double exposures. For some reason, I got the Auxiliary lenses, case and flash too, and that's how I sold it about a moth later.
Leica comes closest but anyone can still see they are quite distinct from the film M's.As far as I have discovered there isn't a Yashimat.In the early days there were Yashima Flex and Yashica Flex, and prior to these Pigeonflex.There is no way of knowing if this means Yashica will release a film camera or a retro-style digital model, but it would certainly be intriguing to see a digital version of an old Yashica like the Electro 35.