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Old 04-21-2018   #1
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Get your brand new P&S here!

This dealer has a selection of new-old stock 35mm P&S cameras.
No affiliation, just passing this on as by now these cameras are kinda beat on and worn out. And no-one is making new ones.

https://www.ebay.com/sch/Film-Camera...ssn=gibgaefilm

I bought some Pro Image film from him, just to try it out.
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The worn ones have one virtue: dirt cheap.
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The worn ones have one virtue: dirt cheap.
Worn out beat up everything is dirt cheap.

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Those Rollei Prego models are tempting. I've got a 90 that's a little beat, but not worn out. Yet.

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I'm a little confused-How can anything be 'New old stock' if it's beaten up and worn out?

Regardless, they seem to have sold out already as the only thing they have to sell now is kodak proimage 100 film, which I've never heard of.
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I'm a little confused-How can anything be 'New old stock' if it's beaten up and worn out?

I think I wasn't clear. I meant to say that the ones in the field by now are beat up/worn out. These ones are new.

I still see them available, not sold out.

The film has been put to great use by our very own Michael Bialecki
https://www.rangefinderforum.com/for...d.php?t=155622
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I'm a little confused-How can anything be 'New old stock' if it's beaten up and worn out?

Regardless, they seem to have sold out already as the only thing they have to sell now is kodak proimage 100 film, which I've never heard of.
It is some kind of bug with the link - it only showed me Proimage film when I opened it from my iphone, but directed correctly to P&S page when opened from ipad... Proimage is well known here in Europe, especially in Germany.
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Perhaps linking directly to one helps. Then u can view the others.
https://www.ebay.com/itm/Boxed-New-O...oAAOSwXoRa2GlO
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70 + 30 USD for very basic 30 CAD P&S?
This store has it for years, now for 30 CAD.
http://www.adencamera.com/Minolta-AF...urb--P336.aspx
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70 + 30 USD for very basic 30 CAD P&S?
This store has it for years, now for 30 CAD.
http://www.adencamera.com/Minolta-AF...urb--P336.aspx
"...ALL GLASS ultra wide angle lens.."

They capitalized that, not me! You know you've got a sweet lens when it is made out of glass. All of it, not just some of it.
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Bad point & shoot cameras along with bad mini-labs hastened the demise of film.

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70 + 30 USD for very basic 30 CAD P&S?
This store has it for years, now for 30 CAD.
http://www.adencamera.com/Minolta-AF...urb--P336.aspx
Hi Ko
This "Minolta" is a cheapo mass produced "toy" camera.
I have the same one with labeled "Canon AF10". There is also a Vivitar badge and probably others.
It's fun but.. does not dwell with High End P+S from the '90's.
Certainly overpriced at $30
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@Huss: Ah, the ones being used have been used a lot, I see. Thanks for the link. Years ago I bought my mother a Rollei 35-70 af camera (dunno it's 'name') but she's always thought that she's not much good with technology so she hasn't read the manual properly and so I don't think she's even used the zoom function, and she's not used the camera in years.

@Valdas: Thanks for the info.
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Bad point & shoot cameras along with bad mini-labs hastened the demise of film.

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No kidding. Back then I remember being disappointed again and again with the prints I got back. Especially when I then checked the negs and they looked fine.
It made me lose interest. This is why I think now is the best time ever to be into film photog due to the ability to have a hybrid workflow. We edit our negs, then send those images to be printed (or print ourselves) . Most places now offer 'auto correct - off' so their machines do not attempt to 'correct' the images.
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It is some kind of bug with the link - it only showed me Proimage film when I opened it from my iphone, but directed correctly to P&S page when opened from ipad... Proimage is well known here in Europe, especially in Germany.
ProImage 100 is my favourite colour neg. There was a Kodak ProFoto 100 that I also liked that gave you 38 to 40 shots per roll (gone now). I suspect ProImage 100 to be repackaged ProFoto 100 since their colour palettes look very similar to me.

All of the ProImage 100 I bought were from Thai sellers. Haven't seen it in Sweden neither online or offline, and the price in China is hyped up way too high.
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Hi Ko
This "Minolta" is a cheapo mass produced "toy" camera.
I have the same one with labeled "Canon AF10". There is also a Vivitar badge and probably others.
It's fun but.. does not dwell with High End P+S from the '90's.
Certainly overpriced at $30
Just as cheap as one in OP link for 70$.
I actually owned Minolta one, not Canon AF10 or Vivitar or Rollei. It is AF, toy != AF.
Can't call it cheap by the prints from it. Sorry.
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