I wonder what kind of film cameras they were? You don't see many of them on the shelves anywhere. Saneal in calgary has quite a few of them, but Saneal is notorious for over stocking most everything, that's why that place is cool. For nikon film cameras they have a few f65's and some f80's (I think) left over. By their film they even have a few packages of those ancient one use flash bulbs that look like they've been there since Moses was a cowboy. They're probably also the only store in the world that has a new in box 20-35 f/2.8 and a new in box 35-70 f/2.8. No matter how rare a new item is they've usually got it in stock, they order alot of stuff. I don't think the owner minds, they become interesting conversation pieces. They've even got a couple of new in box leica R's in stock still.280,000 people actually bought a NEW film camera last year?
EEEEEEDIOTS! there's such a saturated second hand market for that gear.
I wonder what kind of film cameras they were?