Los Angeles may have it's downside but it's a great place to find vintage cameras. This morning I was at a "parking lot sale" put on by a group of small film and video production companies in Hollywood. I came upon this little group of cameras on one of the tables. I left the price tags on -- I paid a whopping $2 for the lot. It's an international gathering. There's a Univex Winar from Spain, a German Braun Pax and a Ferrania Astor from Italy. All use 120 film. The Pax and Winar are simple Hoga-esque cameras. But, the Astor looks to have a pretty decent lens & shutter and I expect it to turn out quite respectable images (once I clean the sticky shutter). Braun Pax Ferrania Astor Univex Winar The Winar has a bakelite body and an odd sideways shutter release. Format is 6x4.5 on 120. Not to be confused by the "Univex" cameras made in the USA by Universal Camera Corp. All three are quite uncommon in the USA and I consider myself lucky to have found them all together. Apparently they were part of someone's collection. All are mostly working but they do need some TLC to get them fully usable so I have some work yet to do with them.