You might remember that I thought of this last year, but a troublesome case of real life crisis got in the way, and it never happened. That's sorted, after a fashion, so I'm going to have another go. The idea: agree a date here - day, weekend, week - and use a camera old enough that you wouldn't normally shoot with it. People can do it on their own, meet up somewhere scenic, or whatever. I don't want to be too restrictive as it could be more fun giving people a long leash. Fen - I know you were interested last time. Do you think the mods could find a space here somewhere, perhaps First View's old home, to post in? Or, even better, get the magazine interested? I figure the basic rules should be: 1. Use something older. I'd go for film, but if you want to use that 1 megapixie digital camera from the loft then go for it. 2. Take a photo of it - or even better get someone to take a photo of you using it - take photos with it, and post some. 3. Have fun. Or else! Simple enough? I'd suggest late May, early June as an idea for a date, and a Saturday or a whole weekend as I'll be playing cricket on the Sunday (my idea, OK!) Anyone else interested? Adrian ETA - If you regularly use an old relic already, don't tell anyone and we won't know!