Well i had to sell my beloved D70 a little while back due to limited cash flow etc.. but i've decided to get back into photography again. I've decided to go film and after asking around i managed to get my hands on a Nikon F50 (N50) with the, what i'm assuming is the kit lense 35mm - 80mm. I'm assuming 99% of labs now process film digitally?, well, digital prints? i'm not too sure i'm into that idea but i was wondering if anyone had any examples of scans taken from a negative scanner (i'm assuming i can scan the negs that i get back with the prints) or even any examples of photographs taken with the F50 would be good. I've taken around 15 photographs so far and it's quite good in a way not knowing if i got that photo i was looking for - the anticipation of it all. I just thought going film would make me take more time and care over my shots and perhaps sometimes get the lucky accident. I don't suppose there's a fairly simple way of getting the photos straight off the spool onto a digital format?