Every now and then you stumble upon a small shop or restaurant that’s already worth the visit itself, no matter if you succeed in what you’re looking for. Parallaxe is such a shop. It’s the tiniest of shops, with only just enough room to walk in and out through a small aisle. The rest of the store is literary stuffed with vintage photography equipment, video cameras and all the matching accessories you can imagine. Heaven for anyone who’s into analog photography or film.
Looking for this one particular light-bulb for your 1972 projector? I bet they’ve got it. And although you might not be able to oversee the store’s assortment when entering (the jam-packed shop is simply overwhelming), the store owner knows exactly what to find where. Simply ask him.
Be warned: it’s better to take off any backpacks before entering, since you won’t be able to even turn around due to all the equipment. For the rest, just enjoy what you see.