Kyocera Yashica EZ Mate is a 35 mm point and shoot camera with a flash and self-timer, released in 2000 by Kyocera Optics Inc. This camera is a fully automatic camera with auto exposure and focus. It has DX code reading from ISO 100-400 which is a bit limiting but more than enough for most casual shooters. The camera features a nifty 30mm, f6.4, 3-element coated lens and a self-timer. The most notable feature of the Yashica EZ Mate is the oversized viewfinder. It is 200% larger than most standard camera viewfinders. The EZ Mate’s viewfinder makes it easy to compose and shoot without having to squint and re-adjust the camera.