Not necessarily looking to sell it right now, but more wondering if anyone's into this old-school stuff still, and what sort of value it might have...
Basically, I have my parents' old Bolex Super8 camera... I believe (since it's in storage and I'm just looking it up online) it's the 160 MACROZOOM model, vintage circa 1970: http://www.bolexcollector.com/cameras/160.html
. Still has all the original accessories, AFAIK
They also have a light bracket (if memory serves, a bar with three or four sockets for flood bulbs) and a pretty skookum editing station.
I used to play with it in my early teens, and have several rolls of exposed film that I never got processed... mainly because we lived up north and it would have had to come down here to get done, and was really freakin' expensive. Not even sure where you'd get it done anymore, or if the film is still available anywhere except a museum (it uses preloaded cartridges). Feature-wise, it's a pretty nice camera - three speeds, TTL meter, power/manual zoom, blah blah blah.