When you make the collecting of cameras and that your entourage knows it, some of your friends, very kindly, give you some cameras. Sometimes, they buy some on the secondhand trades for you. The moment of the unpacking of the plastic bag which contains them is delicate, because, and it is quite normal, for somebody who knows nothing there, a camera which it comes from China or Germany, it is about similar. Shortly, you find yourselves with cumbersome cameras…. Unworthy (it is you who judge) to appear in a collection, they are there and it should them well be accepted if want that your friends (or parents) continue to cloud for you, with the hope to find one day the rare pearl, that you are not capable to find in spite of more than 300 rising Sunday at the crack of dawn.
“Thank you Uncle, you made very well.”
And now that Uncle left, does one do what of it? The trashcan? It is too stupid, then one puts them in a carton, where they will wander, like souls lost in the limbs.
I am certain that you have a carton of this type in the attic or the bottom of the garage. Thus seek it, that the discovery together is shared and that one makes some profit the other visitors. As Coluche said, I do not promise the great evening to you, but just a moment of fun with the worst of the pieces of junk.
These cameras not being generally referenced, always do not have identity, you thus do not trust inevitably the names that I allocate to them. If the desire itches you to know which is the value of such a cmaera, will know that it is null.
PS: you can also call this page, that of the pieces of junk.