Hi Everyone , Yesterday I decided to sort through the boxes of Film Cameras I have stored upstairs and brought around 8 of them down for a closer look . They consist of Nikons F90 , F301 , F601 , F801 , Pentax P30 , Olympus Trip , Olympus OM2 , Minolta SRT101 , Canon EOS5 , Canon AE-1 Program , Yashica Mat and a Nikkormat . I'd already put a film through the Yashica Mat and it works , the others I wasn't sure of . The Nikon F90 fired up when I'd sorted out through the batteries that actually worked and when I figured out which way the batteries were suppose to go [ all part of my learning curve ] . They are all in pristine condition , and apart from the Nikons , all have a lens [ I have Nikon lenses on other cameras ] . I'm concentrating on the Nikon F90 and the Canon EOS5 [ sent off for a battery last night ] to see what sort of results they can achieve , then I will have a look at the others in time . When my darling Wife saw what I was doing , she said ' Why do you need so many cameras ? ' to which I replied ' Why do you need so many bits of Pottery Equipment ? ' . Not a great answer , I admit , but it was early in the morning . This led me to think , ' How many cameras do you actually use ? ' , not how many cameras you possess , but actually use in the field ?