Photography and videography have always been a serious hobby of mine but I never had good equipment. I just recently decided to get a better camera than just the "point and shoot" style I have been using. So i've been looking around for a DSLR and then remembered that my grandfather had a camera with a decent lens. So I hunted around for it and found it in a closet. Apparently, it's a Yashica FX-3 Super 2000. I've been looking around the web and found out it's a pretty decent camera. Opinions? Also, it's paired with a Kalimar 35-135mm. I'm not too savvy when it comes to fully understanding the different mm ranges, but shouldn't this be a zoom lens? I try to zoom in but it only seems to zoom very, very minimally. Is this the way it should be or is it damaged? After all, it hasn't been used in about 10 years. Last question: I've been looking around at DSLR's and have pretty much settled on the Canon 350D. Would this lens fit the 350D? It's a long shot, but saving $100 would be nice, especially if this is already a decent lens (since I heard the kit lens is very sub-par).