2010-10-09 was an interesting day for me because on that day (and on the following day) the very first retro computer exhibition was held in Szeged. The collector is Gábor “SakmaN” Szakács who is surely a maniac considering the vast number of comptuters, video games and quartz games featured at the event.
I’ve taken some pictures:
Also, I’ve made some videos. The first part features Schneider Euro PC, Enterprise One Two Eight, Videoton TV-Computer, Videoton TV-Computer 64k, School-Computer HT 1080Z/64, Texas Instruments TI-99, Atari Falcon 030, Atari 520ST, Atari 800XL, Atari 1029, Commodore CDTV, Commodore Amiga A-500 Plus, Commodore 128, Seikosha GP-100VC, Commodore plus/4, Commodore 1551 floppy disk drive, Commodore 16, Commodore SFD 100I floppy disk drive, Commodore 1541-II floppy disk drive, Commodore 1530 datassette unit model C2N, Commodore VC-20, ZX Spectrum+, ZX Spectrum, Timex Sinclair 1000, Sinclair ZX81 and lots of peripherials, games and mini videogames
The second part features APF TV Fun, Palladium Tele-match, Universum TV-Spiel 1004, Poppy 9012, ASAKI TVG 209, Dava-tronic video sport, Videoton elektronikus játék, Coleco Telestar, Odyssey 2001, Audio Sonic PP-920, Programmable TV Game, Hanimex TVG 8610C, Ameprod, Philips Tele-Spiel ES2201, Programmable color video game, Vectrex, Video computer system, Atari 2600, Gemini video game system, Philips G7000 videopac computer, creatiVision, CBS Coleco Vision, Mattel Electronics IntelliVision, Sega Master System, Sega Light Phaser, Sega Master System II, Sega Mega Drive, Sega Genesys, Sega Mega Drive II, Nintendo Entertainment System, Nintendo Zapper, Super Nintendo Entertainment System, Amiga CD 32, Nintendo 64, Atari Jaguar, Panasonic Real FZ-1, Panasonic Real FZ-10, Sega Saturn,
The third part features Sony PlayStation, Sega Dreamcast, Sega Sniper Lightgun
As you may suspect I’m not the only one who shoot pictures and videos. There are others, too.