I dropped into the local photography shop to see about getting the clicker fixed on a 55mm prime I have and I ended up walking out with an old Minolta X-300 and 4 lenses and a tele-converter for $49.95, the question is was it worth it or did they just unload some old junk on me. The guy at first just showed me the camera with a MD 50mm f2 lens on it and said that it would be cheaper to buy that for the lens than try to repair the old one. But he then realized that there was a bag with the camera that had a 2x tele, Tamron 80-210 f3.8 macro, Sigma 35-70 f2.8 and a Makinon 28-80mm f3.5-f4.5 macro. He tried to look it all up to see if it was all supposed to be together but in the end he gave up and said I had a bargain 4 lenses for $49.95 or $12.48 each if you like. I am guessing that none of these lenses is anything to get excited about but for just under $12.50 a piece I thought why the hell not. Interestingly the Tamron has a m42 mount so I can give that a go once I clean it up the others however are all Nikon mount so I will need another adapter of course I can try them on my a77 as well b4 the adapter arrives.