I haven’t watched it yet, and probably will not, but there’s a Netflix tv show everyone seems to be talking about in regards to organization and clutter. I do not have much stuff as it is. And I have some cameras that I use that “spark joy,” something that the host in this tv show apparently decides is a deciding factor in keeping material belongings.
The cameras I am selling spark joy. Immense joy actually. Yet, I am selling them. I’m trying to be build whatever contingency funds I can have for continuing to enjoy film photography after I am laid off soon. So these cameras are getting the chopping block. Please get in touch with me if you want to see more pictures and/or inspect the cameras. If you aren’t local, we can do a facetime or skype chat as well. Also, if you aren’t local, you will have to cover shipping.
The first is two Canonet QL-17 GIII cameras. One with a flash. I ran at least 20 rolls through each camera last year. The meter works perfectly. The rangefinder is great as well. Focusing is very smooth. It’s everything you could want in a rangefinder that’s not a Leica. They are $150 each. A bargain if you look on ebay. The flash, a Canolite D, is $20.
The next camera up for sale is Fuji 645zi. Basically it is a medium format point and shoot. I’ve used it as such .. as well as a decent landscape and found/still photography. It’s autofocus and meter and flash works flawlessly. The only catch is that the screen on the back is on it’s way out. You can still make out the ISO and film counter. You are going to use it as a point and shoot though. The auto setting is perfect in just about every setting. Really, that’s what this camera was made for. These, in this condition for for well over $500 on ebay. Mine is $400.
I’m also selling two Olympus Mju-II point and shoots. Both are well used and are perfect for when you want to bring a camera but don’t want to lug around a SLR. I’ve brought these to concerts and they performed way better than expected. These got for at least $150 on ebay. I’m selling them for $125 each. Or $200 for both.