On Saturday, from a guy who buys abandoned lockers: A lightly worn, working OM-1 camera with clean internals A working OM Winder 2 (single / sequential motordrive) 50mm/1.8 and 28mm/2.8 OM lenses, very clean and with smooth apertures & focus Tokina 80-200mm f4, near mint Kalimar 500mm preset-F8 mirror lens in M42 with adapter, near mint Vivitar 2x macro focusing teleconverter Rokinon 2x teleconverter Working Vivitar 45 light meter A half-dozen clean Hoya C-PL & UV filters in various sizes Two cable releases & a bag full of square filters To top it off, a working Yashica MG-1 35mm rangefinder! All for $120. Can't wait to try some of these lenses (my reason for buying) on my OM-D. My adapter should be here in a day or two. The bag contained a couple of unopened film packages with expiry dates in 1990--so it's been sitting unused for a long, long time. The OM-1 is really lovely; I've never held a vintage OM before and I'm already attached to the thing. I had forgotten how nice a huge OVF is. I've already put a couple of rolls through it: my first film in over ten years. I haven't had them developed yet, but if any of the pictures are half-decent I'll scan & post here. Finally, the Yashica contained a semi-exposed roll which I took in for processing--I was totally excited to see the results, but it was, sadly, blank.