In short, the worth of the camera depends on how you define "worth". How much YOU can sell it for will be a lot less than what Christie's can sell it for. When an "expert" sets the value of a camera it is an estimate as to these -- and several other -- market factors. The 110 Mickey-Matic is a good example. While it is listed as worth $40 in some price guides, the regularly sells for $4 in online auctions.
So, the answer to the question is -- IT DEPENDS!
With that introduction, the SUBCLUB does not provide any sort of pricing service. Please do not contact us with questions regarding the worth of your camera. It is a complicated matter and best left to those knowledgeable in the field. There are a wide variety of pricing services available, but do not bet your retirement on them. Some are books (see the LIBRARY), others are individuals and businesses. Just remember that an individual or a business that also sells cameras has a vested interest in lowering the estimate of the market value. Here is one service that we recommend:
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