“Yes, old cameras are worth a lot,” said Mark D. Moore, a professor of film and video at the University of Maryland. “But we also have old computers, and they can still be the most valuable of all.”
In 2012, a Chinese manufacturer bought the rights to the legendary Sony CX-3 camera, which sold for $600,000 in 2006, and now produces only a few thousand units a year for personal use.
Moore said many American-made old-production cameras will still sell very well, but they are often a rare sight.
When the market for old cameras was at its peak in the 1960s and ’70s, the industry sold about 1 million old cameras by the year 2000, Moore said.
“It’s going to be a lot better in the coming months than it was this time last year,” he said. “Hopefully we’ll be seeing a boom in this industry next year.”
Moore suggested that consumers make the effort to get hold of those rare old camera. “If it’s in an interesting condition, they might come through the mail,” he suggested.
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SOUTH SIDE BRISTOL — A Southside Bristol restaurant owners has been arrested on suspicion of providing alcohol to minors, a Bristol police spokesman confirmed Tuesday.
Officers responded to the South Side Tavern in the 5300 block of South College Avenue when they received a report of a possible underage drinking, said Sgt. Robert Rafferty.
Upon arrest, 34-year-old John L. O’Connor was booked into the Bristol County jail, where he remained Tuesday night, Rafferty said.
“At this point this is an ongoing investigation and we have not had any other information since then,” Rafferty said.
At least one other business owner remained in “active legal counsel,” he said.
In a news release, the city’s police superintendent said officers responded to a tavern “where underage patrons were observed and police officers, were forced to make arrests” following a “very disturbing situation.”
“It is vital that this incident is addressed quickly and completely,” Superintendent David J. Hartshorne said. “We demand our businesses, as public servants, maintain a safe and clean environment as well as follow the laws of the city as amended from 2008.”
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