Quote Originally Posted by NedL View Post
I've got a Mamiya Sekor SLR, with a 58mm 1.7 lens. It was my dad's camera but I'm not going to use it. As far as I know it is perfectly functional, although I doubt it is worth much. It's not quite free yet... I want to figure out how to get it to someone who will actually use it, rather than sell it or put it on a shelf. It might be a good "starter" film camera? If I know it's going to be used, I'd even consider paying the postage. So... what would be a good idea? Maybe a recommendation from an APUG member with a history and lots of posts? Someone teaching a class and has a student that needs a camera? Something like that... any ideas?
It looks like they go for $100 on eBay which seems about standard for 35mm slr's so I would suggest asking a local college or university who have a darkroom class if they would like it perhaps? You could get a nice little tax write off and sort of guerantee at least for a few years it will be used


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