Here is basically the second part from the last post.
These are 4 photos from the 'Pentax ME Super' with the 'Sigma 35-70mm f/2.8 macro.' Now, for a quick backstory of how this camera found its way to me.. I work at a camera store and I get lots of people trying to sell me their old gear. Most of these people tend to ask for way too much money for what they're selling. Sometimes its literally 3x the price of what I can find online or even 5x the price of what I can find at most pawn shops or thrift stores. However, one day a man came in with a plastic grocery bag. He walks up to the counter and pulls of a lightly scuffed up Pentax ME Super with the Sigma lens. I ask him he had any questions about it for if there's something wrong with it that he would like me to help him with. He said no and was just curious to see if any of us working were interested in his camera. My other coworkers don't have much of an interest in film but I was willing to see what he was willing to sell the camera for, so I ask him. He laughed and just said that I wanted it, I can just take it off his hands for nothing. I started offering him money for the camera, but he declined. He left the store proud to have found a new home for his camera and I was left with an addition to my collection!
With all that being said, I'm genuinely impressed with all of these shots. The fact that I was just given this camera for free, I was expecting a lot more to go wrong. Luckily for me, the camera had 0 issues and the only thing that I wish could have been better, was the film I was using. I guess I can't expect much there as I just bought the cheapest roll of coloured film.
P.S. I wanna give a HUGE thanks to everyone who liked the last post! Thank you @Ello for reposting it on the main page and creating such an amazing platform for all of us to show our work!
Much love, Raymar
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