I'm looking to buy a film SLR, and I'm debating between the simpler Nikon FM10 (fully manual) and the Canon EOS Rebel T2 or K2 (with automatic controls). I would like to eventually collect different types of lenses, and I'm wondering which camera would be more compatible with a wider range of lenses. The Nikon FM10 would only be compatible with manual lenses, whereas the Rebel would also be compatible with automatic lenses. If anyone has lens recommendations, I would really appreciate it. Also, if any of you have either of these cameras and recommends one over the other, please let me know. I'm relatively new to this, and I'd like to get a versatile camera that would last me a while. I'm interested in photography for artistic purposes, so I would be using the manual controls more often. However, automatic settings might be useful for those "point-and-shoot" pictures every so often. So, to sum it all up, here are my questions: Manual vs. Automatic? Nikon FM10 vs. Canon Rebel EOS T2 or K2? What kinds of lenses would you recommend? I would really appreciate your input. Thank you!