The PHSNE Photographica Show and Sale The number of dealers has definitely dropped some in the six or seven years I've been attending, but so have the number of people shooting film, and it's still the best place to find lots of bargains, a large room filled with people who know, fix, buy and sell cameras and lots of good conversation. I'll be there early Saturday and late Sunday (my real job has claimed the other hours) but I hope to see a few of you there. My last Photographica show bargain? Three monorails for my Cambo 401 4x5, allowing me to mount it on its original, 26" extension, at 18" or in wide angle 12" mode. $10. Oh, and a Mamiya c220 for $10 as well. I could have had the whole, large box of 220/330 bodies (some pretty rough) for $60- maybe 30 of them. There were LF woodies, graphite field cameras, enlargers, toy cameras, images, collectibles, tripods, really fine lens and shutters and tables and tables and tables of 35 and medium format cameras. Prices are not like the yard sale special you dream of, for the most part, but usually a lot lower than you would find in most places, and the dealers are pretty solid players in the used camera market - approachable, reasonable and likely to be around for awhile. I know that I have never been disappointed by any dealer's honesty or willingness to bargain. If you're in the area and don't come to this show, you've lost an opportunity.