AH, My old Kodak Super 8mm M8 Instamatic! When I was a kid, it belonged to my Dad BUT I got to shoot it on occasion. He later gave the whole shebang! He had all the amateur equipment to edit with it along with a Kodak projector and a silver movie screen ALL of which, I still have. I also have the home movies he shot (and some I shot). At some point, I need to transfer it to digital. My first video camera was an huge VHS beast that had a surprisingly large amount of controls. I gave it to a teenage film student when I got a digital camera do he could work on framing and editing, paying it forward so to speak. My first REAL camera was my wonderful little Konvas KSR-1 which I got as a Christmas present from my family. It was (and still is) almost totally complete with everything but a couple of the tools. The only thing I needed was the VERY rare spring drive which I was able to get a few years later when one of the members here made a VERY generous deal with me for a lens I had.I have bout the original matte box kit for it along with other accessories including a 300mm OCT-18 mount lens. I continue to look for accessories whenever I can find and afford them! I don't think I'll ever get rid of these unless it's to my nieces or nephews or my own children if that ever happens and they're interested.