Hi, Im in the thoughts of investing in a cheap ($50) analog 35mm film camera. The one I've been looking at is the Canon AE-1 Program (FD 50mm f/1,8) which seems to be a good first camera. I want to keep the cost of the camera down since i don't know if ill like it, and the fact that every time i press the shutter it costs me money. Now, what would you say a roll would cost to process and have the images put on a CD? Ive tried looking at i.e. Walmart, Walhgreens etc but can't find any prices for 35mm film developing. What would you say the average cost per roll of film is when you use 35mm? The reason i want to go 35mm is the thrill of it, knowing that i have to spend some time with the image before i just fire off the camera. I need to think more than when using my DSLR, which i personally tend to use as expensive a point and shoot. Im also debating getting a 50mm f/1,8 lens for the Nikon D40 i currently own, this would set me back about $150. The reason i debate this is that i don't know what i would have the most fun with... What do you guys think, stepping back (or forward) to 35mm film, or staying in the modern world... Thanks!