The Yashica T5, also known as the Yashica T4 Super in some parts of the world, is a legendary compact camera discontinued in 2002. The camera comes with a superb 35mm f/3.5 Zeiss T* four-element Tessar lens. It was the go-to P&S camera for professional photographers. Most importantly, the cult following exists because Terry Richardson used a Yashica T4 Super D / Yashica T5.
On top of the camera is a Super Scope. It’s a level view finder that helps you to frame your subject from a low angle. This is only available on the T4 Super D (called T5 in some markets) and the T3, but not on the regular T4 (weird).