Perth Photo Swap Meet

Discussion in 'Australia Photography' started by k, Oct 18, 2003.

  1. k

    k Guest

    Just a reminder that the photo swap meet is to be held at the Leederville town
    hall on Cambridge Street tomorrow morning from 9-12. It seems that at least
    for this year the insurance issues have been resolved.

    hope to see you all there!

    k
     
    k, Oct 18, 2003
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  2. k

    k Guest


    score! :)

    a pair of taylor hobson Varotal 40-400mm f4's for $75. registry distance is
    buckets for 35mm as is the image circle, hehe - should be a giggle to hang my
    F1N off the back of one of them :)

    anyone else pick up any bargains?

    k
     
    k, Oct 19, 2003
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    Henrik Guest

    an extension rail for my sinar P for $15
    there was a good crowd, but I would probably have preferred less people :)
    selfish bastard I am :)
    I didn't really have enough time to look, as I had work to do, but mange to
    fit in an hour or 4 times around the tables :))

    cheers

    Henrik
     
    Henrik, Oct 19, 2003
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  4. k

    k Guest


    well done! :)

    hahahaha! Bob H. tels me 260 people came thru the door and there was a record
    number of single tables sold. All up he's as happy as a pig in liquid excreta.
    I darted about a bit but never got to see the lot. I usually manage to find at
    least one screaming bargain each year so I 'm happy with what I got.
     
    k, Oct 19, 2003
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  5. Let's see. I sold $500 worth of stuff I no longer wanted and bought $600
    worth of groovy things. Overall I think I was lucky to escape with only
    spending $100.

    I was amazed at the amount of Nikon FM2 and how much people wanted for them
    ( $500 ). And they all SOLD!!!

    Wow. Must be the gold plated version ;)
     
    David in Perth, Oct 20, 2003
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