Drooling after looking at your pictures of that fair. How did you find prices as compared to previous years?
Well, some of the sellers are seeming to come to their senses as prices are levelling out to "internet" prices (wich wasn't the case in previous years). As a matter of fact i wouldn't have bought anything if it wasn't for the price being OK. I felt a bit sorry i didn't buy a werra automatic in reasonable condition for 20€ (maybe less if i was prepared to haggle).Still the largest amount of my budget went to the nikkor PC lens of wich i felt would be enough to satisfy my collecting needs for a few days :-) . On the computer part of the fair, prices were way below shop prices ( for example a 500Gb 2.5" Hard drive was only 30 Euro, i paid last week in the store 56 Euro and thought i've got a good deal. The toys was a bit of a mixed bag, vintage tin toys were expensive, model trains were about the correct price and (modern) model cars and kits could be had at bargain prices. I didn't had any more time left to check out the vinyl records, can't say much about pricing there.
Shows are hard to get too these days, few outside London in the south east area. My health also means travel in very restricted, and I have not been able to do much on cameras recently anyway. Any body know of any fairs in the south of London/ London coming up? Stephen