Fuji Discovery 900 Zoom Plus

Another listing from my online shop at http://www.ccstudio2380.com, or it can be purchased “straight away” here in this post. I’m offering at a special discount here for my readers and followers. Pop on over to the shop for the details and then come back and buy it here. Thanks, Chris

Just SOLD! Thank you!

Still lots of neat stuff at http://www.ccstudio2380.com

NEW Fuji Discovery 900 Zoom Plus Compact 35mm Camera

New in its original box and straight from our collection of these "modern classics" is this wonderful (and quite sophisticated) compact point and shoot 35mm film camera from those talented folks at Fuji Photo. This one is a special presentation camera from 1993. I've completely tested it just short of running a roll of film through it, and because its still "new in the box" everything tested out just fine. These fun cameras are getting really hard to find still new so here's your chance to pretend it's the 1990s again. I'll ship almost anywhere in the world that has tracking to your door. Just ask me for a shipping quote before you hit the "BUY" button. Shipping in the US is a flat $10.95 for USPS Priority Mail. Thanks, Chris


Minolta SR T MC – available now

I’ve added some nice collectibles in my online shop at http://www.ccstudio2380.com or if you’re interested in this rather hard to find Minolta, it’s available right here.

Vintage Minolta SR-T MC 35mm SLR Film Camera

Super nice and exceptionally clean, this hard to find Minolta in pro-black is available now to add to your collection. These cameras were made exclusively for sale in the United States at J.C. Penny and K-Mart department stores from around 1973-1975. This SLR will come with its original matching MC Rokkor-PF f/1.7 55mm lens and original metal Minolta lens cap. The lens is clean, clear, and crisp and the focus is spot on. The shutter works properly at all speeds (it's a mechanical shutter) and it sounds "classic". The only thing is the built-in TTL meter does not register consistently so you'll have to use a handheld meter or your phone meter app (simple to use; I use mine all the time). Please email or message me with any questions. Thanks, Chris