Okay today, my aunt decided to clean out her closet since my uncle and I have been puttting on a new storage system in the garage. All the sudden, I saw a box label Canon EOS Rebel something, I was like "what the heck, I never seen anybody taking any pictures around here". Anyways, I open up the box and saw a NIKON N50 with 35-80mm 4-5.6 len in it. I was like wow, what is this doing here??? Then my aunt pull out another bag and the Canon EOS Rebel film camera was in there. Anyways, my uncle told me I can have the Nikon if I was to play with it, he say that the shutter may be broken or something. It doesn't sound right to me since shutter don't go for a pretty long time and I'm sure he doesn't take that many pictures. That's the story, my question what is the most efficient way to use a film camera these day, I don't want to buy a film scanner or anything like that cause I can't afford it right now so would you guys just these films to walmart and have them scan to a cd or send them to mpix.com to be process??? Basiccally, I don't want to have to pay $7.00 for a bunch of 4x6 that I probably don't want. What speed film do you usually get that give you a lot of versatality? Where do you get 2CR5M battery? I'll look online but I was wondering if anyone know where they sell them cheap. Thanks guys!!!