Still to go:
Looking for good homes. Takers pay shipping.
Pentax AF200SA automatic electronic flash unit and AF200S automatic electronic flash unit with instructions and cases. One works, one does not but may be easily fixable. These two have been together for so long that they want a new home together.
Flashes arrived last Friday, were well packed and as advertised. This solves my inappropriate flash warning and gets me a few more feet of range than the built-in flash.
Analog cinema fans, this is free for the cost of shipping:
Basic, cheap 8mm/16mm "Mico" brand editor. This really is just a basic film viewer. It is poorly constructed and has fallen apart, hence why its free. The mirrors have fallen apart, lamp is burned out, and its missing some screws. However, the original box is included, though its falling apart. I also wouldn't trust it not to scratch film. It has about a 3" plastic yellowed screen. Buy hey -- its worth what you pay for it, and could be repaired if you really wanted to! Please realize, even though this is called an editor, it has no film splicer, winder, or shutter mechanism. Its just a viewer.
I just thought I'd make the offer before I threw this one in the trash.
I estimate shipping to be between $10 and $15. I will charge you actual shipping cost, no handling or packaging fee. I accept personal check, money order, or PayPal, USA only please.
No idea if anyone wants this, it's in nice shape, and would ship in a USPS medium flat rate box for $10.85 anywhere in the US. PM if you would like the holder.
Ok, well I did a little research on Polaroid 500 film holders, and looks like there pretty much worthless, as they don't work with any recent Polariod materials. Apparently film to fit the 500 hasn't been manufactured since the 70's.