I have a Minolta X-700 that I bought about two years ago after my two year old dropped my x-370 down the stairs (which I had since I was 16). I shot a few rolls with the x-700 and then switched to an Olympus digital SLR which uses the Minolta glass which I really like, especially my primes.
So, now I have this x-700 with an auto-winder, some zoom lenses, and two flashes. On a bad day maybe I can get $50 for it. $80 if I'm lucky. I have some better lenses, but like I said, I will keep these bc I use them with the digital.
I use a Nikon L35AF as my walking around camera. Or my iPhone.
So, do I sell the minolta because it takes up space and is only getting older? Or do I keep it so that I can be nostalgic every once in a while or so that my son can learn on it in ten years?