Hi guys, I'm so excited right now! About an hour ago, I decided to stop by a thrift shop nearby and I'm so glad I did! I just bought an Olympus XA2 for less than $2! The price was $1.98, and everything was on sale today. It was 25 percent off, so I got it for $1.60! I can't believe it, I just bought a camera for less than the price of a soda! It's a cool little 35mm camera. I've always read about the Olympus XA and XA2. I really wanted an original XA since it has more manual controls, but it seems to be kind of hard to find and expensive. When I was looking around the thrift shop and came across the XA2 and saw how cheap it was, I couldn't pass it up. There was even a battery still inside, and the shutter works! It needs to be cleaned, and the paint is a little nicked here and there. But otherwise, it seems to be in really good condition. The lens looks good as far as I can tell...it's clear with no scratches or any other obvious problems. What's the cheapest you guys have ever bought a working camera for? Share your stories. If you got really lucky and someone gave you an especially unique camera, or you found one in an unlikely spot (mixed in with other stuff that you bought at a yard sale or whatever, or found in the trash!), lets see your stories! I can't wait to clean it and put a roll of film in it. I'm sorry, I don't have a picture of the camera for you guys, but I literally just bought it less than an hour ago.