A few weeks ago, I finally got my shop up and running on Etsy. You see, I really don't need to hang onto every camera or item that I review on Random Camera Blog, otherwise, I would have cabinets and drawers and shelves filled with cameras that I rarely use. I know, for some of you that sounds like a great thing. However, I have been to too many dead photographer's houses to want to leave my survivors with hundreds of cameras to deal with. Sometimes. I'll pick up a camera and test it out with a few rolls of film just for the experience, and in some cases, it might be a camera that I am in the process of selling for someone that gets reviewed. Then, there are the cameras that I had to buy because I was infatuated with them, and since then, my interests have moved elsewhere.
So what does my Etsy shop offer? Take a look! You'll find an assortment of cameras, maybe some expired film, lenses, and vintage items, along with issues of Monochrome Mania. At some point, I may also sell prints of some of my work. To be honest, I am tired of selling things on eBay since they parted ways with PayPal. Etsy offers me a fixed-price alternative to auctions, and I think you'll get a better deal from me in the process.