So today on a thrift store chain run, I find nothing even though I went to several. This has been usually lately and really I was getting really discouraged about ever finding something interesting again at one. So I was shooting with my Diana and juice box cameras when all of a sudden a friend and I drive by a Goodwill. We usually pass them up because they often have nothing old, or if they do it is really expensive, but today I felt like going, so we walk in and run to the back of it where the cameras usually are. After a second of digging we find a gem, a Fisher Price PXL 2000! Now for those of you who don't know the PXL 2000 was a cheap video camera made in the 80's that takes very low fi b/w video on audio cassettes, and has really taken up a cult following like lomography but with video. My freind and I bought it for $6, and I just now hours later finally got it up and running! I have been trying to find one at a thrift store for months now and finally have found one, and for $6 instead of the $100-$300 they often go for! I havent been this happy since I found a Canon IVsb for $4 fully working mint condish. Sorry if this dosn't quite apply to this section, but since I have seen 8mm cameras on here, and it has become a collectors item I asumed it would fit.