Can John L. or Tony explain about the lenses? I had a Cannon A5 and now have an Olympus Camedia D-360L. My main gripe about the A5, and the D-360L also to some extent, is that the lense that comes on the camera is in my opinion equal to a non-digital SLR lense = 35mm which amounts to a wide angle lense. This is very annoying as I have to clear the background of junk for 5 yards in every direction or the lense picks it up as well as the plant I am photographing. It also collects way too much light and on both cameras I have to keep turning off the flash, even at night. Are the lenses on cameras different now? It would be nice if they had lenses = 50 mm and not 35mm. Cathy Craig President PBS Maritime zone 9b >Tony Goode wrote: > I do find that the best pictures are taken in bright light, the > Coolpix 950 does not give such good results in very dull conditions.