So, ever since I've been on a hunt for nice and valuable legacy lenses at the various pawnshops and thrift stores I come across, I found a Minolta SRT100 film camera at a thrift store. It wasn't the camera that got it sold, I saw the lens on it which is a Minolta Rokkor-X PF 50mm f/2. Together for $35. The camera itself works flawlessly. It's a bit dusty on the eyepiece and the mirror but it can be wiped and cleaned easily. I can see no dust on any interior areas, areas that I cannot get to unless I start unscrewing it. I may buy a roll of 35mm and shoot a roll through this piece of work and see how it goes. The lens, flawless as well! No dust on the inside, no scratch, nothing. A bit sign of age, but NOTHING MORE. Blades are clean, smooth, snappy. Here's a cell phone picture of it: Was it a good deal? I especially ask this because I found this on ebay as I was at the store looking up the possible value Minolta MC Rokkor-X PF 1:2 F=50mm lens | eBay I know that has got to be OUTRAGEOUS and then some. I found others, the same camera and lens combo, for about $70 or so on there.