I've seen a few posts talking about Holgas and some vintage cams. What vintage, toy, homemade, odd, specialized, weird, strange, unpopular, rare, super-expensive, super-cheap, etc... cameras or photgraphic equipment have you seen or used? I love learning about and messing around with off-beat cameras. Cameras that do something different to the picture, or have special features, or even just weird quirks. One of my favorite odd cameras has to be the Widelux. The optics are a 28mm fixed focus lens set in a rotating turrent that covers 140 degrees. It has a fair range of aperture and shutter speed settings, and takes a 6cm long frame on 35mm film. Not only does this camera do some really weird things with perspective, you can get some bizarre effects combining a moving subject with the moving lens. I have a Widelux, but it has broken and is waiting until I can afford to get it fixed. In the meantime I sometimes play with my Viscawide 16, which is a similar camera, but it takes 16mm film. I read an article (I tried to link, but the photos were gone, so what's the point) a while back about a guy on vacation in Arizona. While out fishing he dropped his new Nikon Coolpix 900 in the lake. He took it back to the hotel and lets it dry over night. When he tried to turn it on it made some noises, but the LCD won't light up, it's not really working. Figuring he has nothing to lose, he tapes it to his windshield wipers and drives all the way back to Kansas with the wind blowing through it. When he gets home, he tries to fire it up again, and it comes on and seems to be working. Except that it turns out that it takes really strange, psychedelic pics now. It senses colors and tones much differently. The photos were really cool, and very strange. This guy has an absolutely unique camera. How cool.