Yashica's roots trace back to Nagano in 1949, its peak coming with the release of the Electro 35 rangefinder in 1965. While the company is long gone, the brand lives on with the Electro-inspired Y35 Digifilm Camera. It has a rangefinder-style body with an attached 35mm f/2.8 lens and a 14-megapixel sensor. The specs are secondary, however, to the novel shooting experience. You adjust the ISO by swapping out filter-like digiFilm cartridges, and you have to "wind the film" in between each shot. This ostensibly gives you an analog-like moment to pause and reflect upon your next composition. With the resulting photos stored on SD but the screen replaced by a compartment for the "film" and AA batteries, it strikes a balance between old and new.