OK-I posted this in the 35mm forum, but will take any responses. I have a 10 year old son who is showing a real interest in photography. I started photography when I was about 14 or so, so he seems a little young, but that's OK. Anyhow, this weekend, he grabbed my Canon A-1 and wanted to take pictures. I was astonished-he didn't want to take snapshots of the dog, or me, or anything else. Instead he started arranging candles to create some still life shots. And his ideas were really impressive for a 10 year old! He spent about an hour taking various "artistic" shots, working on lighting, background, etc. So then we went to the college nearby and took more pictures in the chapel on campus and the old cemetary nearby. The kid had some really good ideas. The camera had Ilford HP5 400 speed film in it-I shoot exclusively B&W, and that seems to interest him. Anyhow, I want to foster this interest and I want to get him a camera that is his. He has used my Holga, but I want to get him a "real" camera-but nothing too complicated right now, as I don't want to overwhelm him. I want to stick with film, and preferably 35 mm. I have no problem with him using my Canon A-1 on a permanent basis (I have moved on to a 645 for the most part, so we can shoot photos together), but if anyone has any better ideas, I am all ears.