It is lucky to be able to find a dedicated Yashica film cassette and the 16-EE Accessory Shoe; all that's now missing are the two filters...
This is no cheap plastic camera, it weighs in at 10.4 oz (296g) and its largely metal construction inspire confidence for its longevity. The shutter is very quiet and the lens is a fixed focus Yashinon 25mm f2.8.
As to the filters, the Minolta 16 filters for the P & PS (they are the same for both) will actually fit -- carefully -- and are very easy to find & cheap. Minolta made a UV, Y48 (yellow), 80A, 81B, ND (4x) and 1A.
The Minolta 16mm cassettes and the EARLY version of the Kiev 16mm cassette will fit perfectly, although I prefer the Yashica 16mm cassette more -- the felt trap is better -- but I only have one or two.
There were two models of the 16EE. The first has four ASA settings, while the 16EE Deluxe has NINE ASA settings. I don't know if that is the only difference, and "Deluxe" may not appear on the camera itself.
I might have a user manual for one or the other, if you are interested.
I was not aware that there were two versions of the 16-EE; my one has only the standard markings but the ASA settings that can be dialled in are 25, 32, 40, 50, 64, 80, 100, 160 and 320 so it may be the De Luxe version. My favourite facility in the 16-EE is its covert, right-angle window which allows you to face one direction but film at right-angles so you can discreetly snap images to the side of you. That was a private eye's dream back in the 1960s.
It's kind of you to offer sight of a user manual - I hopped over to Mike Butkus' site and downloaded the manual for the De Luxe version; he has manuals for about 85-95% of Yashica's cameras and is reliant on donations of a few dollars to keep his site alive. Worth every penny...and a bit more.
Incidentally, there's a work-around if the selenium meter has failed, but you are limited to a shutter speed of 1/30s so a steady base is needed for the camera - fortunately it has a tripod socket. You just take it off the Auto setting, dial the required f-stop (the manual has a handy dof table) and shoot. And of course, there's always the option of using flash...
Mine has the nine ASA settings but no "Deluxe" marking. On the film cover it says:
YASHICA - 16 EE Lens: YASHINON 2.8 / 25 YASHICA STA 4032363
The covering is coming loose, and there is a crack in the glass in front of the viewfinder. The meter is still reactive, the shutter works, and it came with a wrist strap that just says "JAPAN" on it. It's a hefty little camera for its size and I wish it had come with a cassette. Maybe I'll try one of my Minolta ones someday.
Of the 2 16EE's I have, only one has a responding meter, but they're both 9 speed ASA's with 25mm f/2.8 lenses. Although both shutters will fire - they certainly aren't the same speed under manual settings, and neither one is close to 1/30th, so I'm pretty sure they're both shelf-sitters. No model markings on them other than 16EE, and nothing on their soft cases to give any clues beyond that.
There's an empty film canister in one, but the label just has "Super XX D.L. 250 TUN. 200" on it, with no manufacturer names or dates. I assume it's B&W Kodak Super XX, and dual ratings for speed... w/ daylight at 250, and tungsten at 200.
I've also got an N.O.S. Yashica 16 side-mounted bulb flash unit in a box somewhere, and I'll dig it out to see if it will also fit the 16EE.
EDIT to add: I tried the only Minolta 16 filter I have on both of them (ND-04 ), and it kinda fits, but won't snap into place to stay put.
The box says "For Yashica Y16 Only", so I wonder how long it took for someone to decide there would be a 16EE to nullify that statement. I opted not to take the pieces out of their sealed bags, but it will indeed fit the 16EE perfectly. The tripod socket is in the same spot and the PC lead is long enough to fit too.
I didn't snap a pic, but I also found an expired box of Ektacolor Type S that's respooled by the "FR Corporation", NY,NY, and Hollywood CA - whoever that might be. It's complete with the little mailer drawstring bag and address tag.
I don't know who "FR" is either, but they made a LOT of Minolta cassettes. They were OK, but the Yashica 16mm cassettes (NON Y16) were the best.
Not that the Yashica Y16 "Clip-Shot" cassettes were bad. They were great for reloading the Yashica Y-16 camera FAST, but they were not easy to reload with film in the darkroom. BUT I'VE DEALT WITH WORSE, FOR SURE.
I've managed to find my Yashica Y-16 flash holder, and it looks exactly like the EE flash holder in the first picture. It fits on the Yashica EE & Deluxe on the opposite side of the camera's PC connection -- as pictured. The Y-16 flash holder has a tripod socket on the bottom -- I assume that the EE version does as well. They are undoubtedly the same accessory.