I visited the San Jose Photo Fair today.
And I only spent $5. My Gear Acquisition Syndrome medication must be working well.
The majority of the tables at the fair sell older film camera like Olympus, Minolta, Canon and Nikon SLRs. There is also quite a lot of medium format gear for sale (Hasselblad, Bronica and Mamiya) as well as large format gear and some of the smaller rangefinders (Konica, Canon, Yashica, Olympus). Digital gear is also available but not as common as the film cameras. Some tables also buy cameras and lenses so people looking to offload older equipment can pick up some cash.
Last year I bought a Leica M2 at the fair and this year there were quite a few M4s on sale as well as one or two M3s and M6s.
I was surprised by the amount of Polaroid cameras for sale. I saw at least six SX-70s and some SLR 680s today.
As a sign of the times perhaps, this year also had more tables selling off camera flash equipment. "Strobist" stuff like cables, remote triggers, LED lights, and soft boxes.
The fair takes place twice a year with the next one occurring in October but if you read this before 2pm today and you live in south Bay Area, the fair is still going on right now.
Link: San Jose Photo Fair.
By the way, my $5 purchase was a lens cap for my Leica 50mm f/2.