Mount Olympus

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Mount Olympus, once the home of the Greek Gods and dust mites, is now the fabled resting place of old film based cameras and fleas. For reasons only known to its former occupants all brands of cameras may be deposited here except one - Pentax. Why this is nobody knows but there you go. It's a cruel and unjust world.

A mountain of cameras[edit]

Mount Olympus is rivalled in height only by Japan's famed Mount Fujifilm, a mountain built by the famed Japanese picture brides of yesteryear from an infinite quantity of discarded 35mm film canisters.

Conical (or perhaps Konical) in structure, Olympus is defended by a battery of mighty Canons, protecting it from exposure on all sides.

It is rumored that the peak is actually named "Kodak Moment."