If you are going to go that way, why not go old school? Pentax Screw Mount. Available all over the world, cheap as dirt, funky optics available.
My fav is a Zorki Jupiter 9 85mm with M42 thread. Lots of great Takumar lens out there too.
tim in san jose
IMO, we need to keep it simple. Not everyone has access to extra lenses for which ever camera would be chosen, so a P&S is the only way to go.
No Nikon or Olympus here... Sigh...
Do have M42, FD, EOS, and K-mount.
Both ideas are good ones. Same camera shows a differing vision with the same equipment and film. Same body lets you experience lenses that you may not have, as they might look on your camera.
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Actually, I have a Fujica STX-1 sitting on a shelf that would work perfectly for this. The only forseeable problem is somebody would fall in love with the little jewel and keep it. I can see where we would be right back in the same place we're at now, no camera and getting pissed at a horder.
I got my photos in last night after work. First of the supposedly haunted St. Marks church, not sure if i got enough depth of field, but I selected +Flash mode. The others were of the annual Village Halloween Parade, one shot from the staging area, and another from within the parade procession itself (I walked the parade).
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Way to go, Newt...! That was fast. : )