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    There's a lady with an usual camera collection... try junkstorecameras.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by John&Tessa View Post
    There's a lady with an usual camera collection... try junkstorecameras.com
    Nice!
    Apperently she "tested" all of them.
    Maybe OT, but also check her Pintoids website: nice ongoing project.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ozphoto View Post
    I've always wanted one of these as well - but $5? I'm definitely living in the wrong hemisphere as I've never seen them that cheap in AU - and as for Evilbay, if you have a spare $75 hanging around, you can grab yourself a real bargain!!
    I can imagine ebay sellers asking that much, but I can't imagine anyone actually paying it. I think I paid $20 for mine. I like to have it with me on bike rides, as it weighs practically nothing. It's kind of an interesting artifact--clearly a cheap, mass-market instamatic-type camera, and yet also clearly thought and attention to detail went into its design.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moopheus View Post
    I can imagine ebay sellers asking that much, but I can't imagine anyone actually paying it.
    Did you check the prices on Lomography?? And they are selling too...
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    Quote Originally Posted by ozphoto View Post
    I've always wanted one of these as well - but $5? I'm definitely living in the wrong hemisphere as I've never seen them that cheap in AU - and as for Evilbay, if you have a spare $75 hanging around, you can grab yourself a real bargain!!
    Many cameras were sold in much different numbers in different countries. So far within the last years in only saw three Kodak Brownies at fleamarkets and two of them even coming from Belgium.

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