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Want. Want. Want!

I want the Canon EOS Rebel XTi SO BAD! I NEED a digital SLR.

I actually wanted a Nikon D40, but then I found out that all of my lenses from my film Canon Rebel wouldn't work on it. They will, however, work on the Canon DSLR. So tonight I dug out all of my camera equipment. I found my filter mount, along with a macro filter, UV filter, prism and polarizer. I found my hot flash, two cameras (old Yashica FX-103 and my Canon Rebel G) and three lenses (A Tamron 28-70, a Canon 28-80, and a Quantaray 70-300).

I also found a BOATLOAD of film, which I wonder if it is still any good. 200, 400 and 800. It's worth a try. Worse thing that could happen is they don't turn out. I got a roll of film developed about 10 or so years ago that was taken SPRING BREAK....1987!!! Only a few turned out, but that was really strange to see.

Anyway, enough rambling. If Scott does get a job, and we get our fence repaired, a new dishwasher and a new car for me, then maybe I'll get my camera.

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parab0lic
Sep. 18th, 2007 04:48 am (UTC)
Film generally lasts a very long time as long as it isn't exposed to extreme heat or liquid. (Why film would be exposed to liquid I'll never know, but I've had people bring some really sticky rolls in to attempt being developed. O_o)
Yay for working in the Walgreens photo lab! ^_^
trshtwns01
Sep. 18th, 2007 12:21 pm (UTC)
Great! Thanks for the info!