Hello Everyone Well im new here and I have been shooting digital SLR for more than a year now. I finally decided to start shooting some film at the same time and learn how film cameras work. I have no information about film cameras and I dont even know how to work with one. So thats why im here to get some tips and information from you guys. Well I have been searching around Flickr and have found many film cameras that seem interesting both SLR and non SLR. Here is a list I made of the cameras I can afford and seem to be the best ones. I might be wrong and you guys might have something better in mind for me. Canon AE-1 Canon EOS 500 Canon A-1 Nikon FM2 Olympus OM-1 Holga 120cfn Canonet G-III, QL-17 FED 2 Leica Pentax Spotmatic I was also searching around the web I found a beauty. The Mamiya C330. Im not sure if thats a good option for me or not but I just love those shots that are taken by this camera. So right now im thinking of Mamiya as my first option. If not I would go with the small films from the list above. But I have no idea how the Mamiya C330 works, well not that I do know anything about other film cameras. Im gonna start with couple of questions 1-[FONT="] [/FONT]From the list which camera do you think is the best? Do you think the Mamiya C330 is a good option for me or is it just to professional and hard to work with as a beginner. 2-[FONT="] [/FONT]Im NOT planning on printing my rolls. I just want to upload them on CD so I can give it a nice touch using photoshoop and upload it on my photography photostream. Im not planning to print any rolls mainly because it costs a lot. Is it possible to have your rolls only uploaded on a CD? Is the quality going to be any good like same quality as the Digital SLR shots? 3-[FONT="] [/FONT]I have heard there are scanners that can scan your film if Im not wrong. How does a scanner work? Like lets say the Epson Perfection V500 Photo Scanner. Do you just put the roll inside and it scans it for you? Sorry I just dont know anything about film so my bad if the questions sounds stupid Also this will be my first time using a film camera. Is there any articles i can start reading until i receive the camera? I dont know anything about rewinding the film and i have heard that you can ruin the film if you expose it to light and some other things and im not sure how you work with one properly to avoid any problems. I also have no idea how the focusing on a film works and as for the aperture and everything i have always been using digital and well with SLR the camera does it all but with film is different. I need to know what im doing so i guess i need some reading to do.