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I think it is one of the very best values around. But then, you can probably tell that from my post count .
“Photography is a complex and fluid medium, and its many factors are not applied in simple sequence. Rather, the process may be likened to the art of the juggler in keeping many balls in the air at one time!”
Ansel Adams, from the introduction to The Negative - The New Ansel Adams Photography Series / Book 2
Firstly I must say, what a fantastic forum, actually getting some really solid, helpful responses not only on this thread but another one I posted last night.
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I will update my whereabouts, being Fremantle, Western Australia.
Sirius Glass - Aren't they beautiful, I was on holiday in Melbourne, Australia and saw this tiny little shop which was only open for an hour a day and seemed to be full of antique cameras. I went in the next day and it was owned by this old Chinese couple who have owned the shop in the midst downtown Melbourne for about 50 years. They used to run it as a Chinese takeaway and still have all the menus up, however dilapidated they are. Anyway I was having a look at the cameras and I came upon the Vito II, only $100 and in mint, brand new condition. Amazing, camera, super sharp lens, I love it.
Welcome to APUG, rhubarb. I think I know the shop you mean, in Little Lonsdale Street, just near Melbourne Central. I was born in Melbourne and have lived here for most of my life, and I have NEVER found that shop open. And from what I have seen in the dirty, dusty window most of what they have is way over-priced - I think they take their values from Michaels, which is only a block away. So you were lucky on two counts - firstly to find the shop open, and secondly to get something for a reasonable price.