At a pawn shop yesterday, I asked the man if he had any other cameras, he brought a box from the back room. It was full of box cameras, 2, 2A etc, some Kodak folders, 616 mostly, a clean and functional Agfa Speedex B2 and I assumed, a Kodak 110 in the black zip up case. I looked at all the box type and folders, looked at the Speedex a lot and decided it's just not a Super Ikonta. Last, I looked in the Kodak 110 case expecting to see yet another unwanted 110 and was quite surprised (but I didn't show it) to find an XA, A11 flash and the manuals. Looks like it had never been used and no battery corrosion. I asked if the price sticker was accurate at $4.99 and he said yes. I paid and left quickly, feeling like like a child stealing watermelons. I got home, put batteries in and everything worked. The XA seems to be considered a cult classic and has been featured many times on the Classic forum. It's mostly manual but plastic and requires batteries. Maybe it's a classic modern camera so I'm going to put it here. I had just sorted my cameras for keepers and those to sell, my previous XA was in the sell category. I had decided to keep only the Olympus 35RD, Auto S2 and Konica C35 rangefinders. I think it would be proper to re-seal this one and run a roll through it, then consider keeping one XA.........Don't you think??