Like a lot of people I own a smallish digital camera. It works fine for common usage. However, I've recently developed a stronger interest in photography and have been contemplating buying a more expensive 35mm digital camera with interchangable lenses, etc. My preliminary research indicates that one of these (Nikon, Canon, etc.) is going to cost between $500.00 and $1,000.00. OK, so then here comes the twist. From out of nowhere I am given a set of old school cameras. A Nikon F with three lenses (24mm, 35mm, and 135mm) and a Leica DRP with a 35mm lens, a f=9cm lens, set of filters, a torpedo finder and a set of flash accessories. Here's the question: If I sell off the cameras, can I use the old Nikon lenses on the new digital cameras? Or should I just sell off the lot and get the best digital camera I can afford? Will anyone even want to buy these cameras? Once they were top of the line (I think) now they're dinosaurs. I know that somewhere out there in the degreeinfo universe there are some photobugs who can help me.