So I went to the highly advertised (it was posted on craigslist) "Houston Camera Show" yesterday. I drove an hour south to get there, and paid my $5 to get in. As soon as I got in the door I was rushed by 3 poorly dressed "Vultures" asking if I was selling any gear (I had my backpack over my shoulder). After telling these "Vultures" to buzz off, I started to look around, and though I didn't actually expect much, I was sorely disappointed when I saw only 5 vendors. So I strolled the show room floor, which took about 30 seconds, and the newest camera there was the Canon 10D, and nothing better than beat up kit lenses. Well, in order to at least feel like I got my $5 worth I slowly browsed the tables, one of which had boxes on the table with no organization at all, the boxes reminded me of my kitchens junk drawer. I spent $25 on the "Lenspen Panamatic" mainly cause I might want to try it someday, but then I went over to the guy selling old beat up cameras, and ended up buying two of his $10 each classics, because he offered the price of two for $15. These were the two best looking cameras on the table, I realize the Ricohflex is missing the front leather, but that is the only problem I can find between the two, they both function as far as I can tell without shooting any film. Research suggest the Kodak was produced between 1950 and 1954; the Ricohflex was a short lived 1953 - 1954 run. So with out further ado; here they are; feel free to C&C, I'd like pointers on product shooting. Thanks!