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    Yashica Lynx 14 with 45mm f1.4 for $5.00 at Lynwood, WA. Goodwill
    Rolleichord tlr $50 at a no name thrift store in Eastern Washington

    Cook Hobsen 12" at St Vincent DePaul in Everett, Wa. $5.00 in soft leather pouch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by patrickth View Post
    Cook Hobsen 12" at St Vincent DePaul in Everett, Wa. $5.00 in soft leather pouch.
    Lesser known than the otherwise serviceable Cooke Hobson lenses, but quite nice, I hear.

    I'll give you $10 for it.
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    Just yesterday at a flea market;

    A Gossen Luna Pro. Checked it out with a couple of #675 zinc air batteres and readings were right on, less than 1/3 stop difference compared to my digital SLR and a Gossen Pilot.

    Total price, $15

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toffle View Post
    Lesser known than the otherwise serviceable Cooke Hobson lenses, but quite nice, I hear.

    I'll give you $10 for it.
    Sorry, traded it for a nice Sekonic meter.

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    Just recently, 5 half-way not destroyed fidelity 4x5 holders for $10

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    Just picked an Olympus Stylus 120 with two rolls of Fuji Superia 400 film for the outrageous sum of one dollar. They wanted two bucks, but I held firm at one, and got it. The battery was dead in it, and I thought I would have to buy a new one, but found a spare in the case with it. Running a test roll through it now. Flash works, seems to fire correctly and advance the film as it should, we'll see.
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    Nikkormat, Nikkor 50mm f/2, Tamron 28mm f/2.5 Adaptall 2 that focuses to 10" and stops down to f/32, and a monster Vivitar Series 1 135mm f/2.3. The camera's meter is shaky, but usable. There is a touch of fungus in a few of the more accessible lens elements. All for $12.98 in a Land's End case.

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    Polaroid 450 Land camera - six bucks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sirius Glass View Post
    Why am I not finding opportunities like this? It is not for lack of looking.
    My "finds" come few and far between. And besides $15 for the older Luna Pro is not a steal, OK but not great. My last find was more than 2 years ago when I found a "jammed" Canon QL17 GIII also for $15. Really clean externally I found they had it set on 'auto' with no battery installed and naturally the shutter would not release. I took a chance that the meter was ok and when I walked the few blocks home tried it out with a #675 hearing aid battery and the meter functioned correctly. Of course I had already checked the manual control and found it within nominal limits.

    So keep searching, go early after opening, check often and you'll have a better chance of a good find.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pen s View Post
    My "finds" come few and far between. And besides $15 for the older Luna Pro is not a steal, OK but not great. My last find was more than 2 years ago when I found a "jammed" Canon QL17 GIII also for $15. Really clean externally I found they had it set on 'auto' with no battery installed and naturally the shutter would not release. I took a chance that the meter was ok and when I walked the few blocks home tried it out with a #675 hearing aid battery and the meter functioned correctly. Of course I had already checked the manual control and found it within nominal limits.

    So keep searching, go early after opening, check often and you'll have a better chance of a good find.
    I found a Canonet QL17 GIII not jammed for $3. It looks very nice. Shutter speed accurate. The foam is sticky but can be fixed easy.

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