I was hoping I could find some nice large aperture rangefinder cameras that I could get to play with, but all I got was a Canonet 19 and a Konica S2, both with a stuck aperture. Not exactly a bargain at $15 each, but hopefully I can use them as practice pieces to fix the apertures.
Canonet 19 and Konica S2 with stuck apertures.
Picked up a Topcon Uni with a 35mm f3.5 UV and a 100mm f4 UV. The 100mm f4 is the only reason I bought, since I already have a 35mm f3.5. I did not know the 100mm f4 even existed. I am not a big fan of UV Topcors but I could use the mount from the body to make an adapter for my A7. $30 seems like an OK deal.
Topcon Uni with 100mm f4 and 35mmf 3.5.
I seem to have a couple of A. Schacht lenses so I picked up the 50mm f1.8 Edixa-S-Travelon-A to expand this new family :) The lens has a slight dent on the rim, a small disappointment. Hopefully it's not de-centered. Way overpaid at $50.
A.Schacht 50mm f1.8 M42 Mount.
Lastly, a Russian Industar 75mm f3.5. At first I didn't know it was an enlarging lens. This lens has a very nice built-in hood that's not removable. I like the focal length so why not. $20. Hopefully it will be a nice picture maker.
That's it. In a way, I am glad I didn't spend too much money at the show. On the other hand, I am disappointed that I didn't get anything interesting.
Another, larger camera show next month. There is hoping, again :)