I bought this camera with a fist full of cash from a little store in Seattle in 96-97 or so. Jess Gibson (Robot Food) taught me to load it and hotwire a light weight power source. I added the wide angle lens around Flying Circus to the package.
I'll throw in the complete WindUp Films series including Bolero (on, yes, home burned DVD) and Teddybear Crisis.
If the winning bidder is a NEWSCHOOLER and if you're in Portland Oregon/Mt Hood area I'll hand deliver and teach you how to load it..if not, I'll shoot a quick tutorial. I'll include a couple rolls of raw unexposed film stock if you really want to go for it.
I'm also throwing in the Dakine camera pack that the gear lived in for most of the years...the same camera pack Jamie Pierre filled with wet gloppy summer snow as he traversed above me at Mt Hood one summer. Thanks Jamie. (A word to the wise: always zip up your pack after you get something out of it cause you never know what is gonna happen)
If you are an aspiring film maker who wants to get the touch and feel of real rolling film before you move onto Digital then what better camera to use. Maybe you need another piece to go on the mantel below the LINE Ostness Dragons (wink to that). Maybe you need a cool bookend for your ski video collection, or maybe you just need a real heavy paper weight...well then, this camera package is for you.