Hi all, new to the forum and not sure this is the right place to post this request but ... here goes. In about 18 months I plan to set up a consultancy. The work will require me to take photographs of anything from a five storey building to an historic document or artefact. So I am looking for a camera that will allow me to do that without the sort of distortion that comes from the lenses you get with 'happy snaps' cameras. If possible, I would also like to be able to take landscape photos with good depth of field as well. I prefer digital but it is possible that I would need to have film-based photography as my work will need to be capable of being archived due to the nature of the work (documenting original condition before change takes place) ... I am assuming I will need a variety of lenses to achieve this, and any hints on those would also be welcome. The camera body will need to be relatively lightweight so that I can cart it around with me with minimum fuss. I used to mess around with my father in the dark room and he was quite a keen photographer, but it has been a long time since I took anything but happy snaps, so please go easy on the technospeak as I am not up to speed with that. Hope to hear from you all soonish ... or at least advice from the mods as to where i should post this for higher profile responses ... Thanks in anticipation.