I know I am going right to hell for this one but here it gose... On my last post "What do you bring with you" this point of view came out and I would like to get side tracked on this for a bit. As far as I know, and I could be very wrong, the best digital cameras only can give you about 6-8 mega pixels. If that is right and I can get a 35mm film scanner that can give me 11.2 mega pixels. How is digital so much better :scratch: ? I can see the ease of use and that you can see your shot 1 sec. after you take it. I do have a canon S50 which is 5mp and the shots from it are good and all, but don't compair to the ones I can get from my 35mm SLR. Is this just becouse of the point and shoot vs. a SLR, and a digital SLR would take cair of that? But as for now I want to keep my old format 35mm around untill the new digital can give me the same type of prints. As far as all of the lenses I have not see a digital zoom that was worth anything at all. So with digital you still need to have a few lenses to take all the shots that a 35mm can take. This is just one persons point of view!!! and I know I can be very wrong but that is why I wanted to post this on here and see what you all thought!