Cool! You're in Australia, aren't you? Any problems with the whole process? I see there are a couple of cheaper places in Sydney advertising on eBay. You weren't tempted by one of these?
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My 1000FN has a window in the back to see the film, don't tell me they left it off the pro cameras?I love how my 1000FN plays music during delayed shutter release. Very entertaining! And another great feature noticeably missing from pro cameras.
I was thinking about bringing the 24-105 and the 50, but I wanted to get someone else's opinion since I have never traveled out of the US before.The 24-105 + 50 combo would work very well and would cover most things you're likely to come across.
I am about to head off to the UK and France very soon, I take a lot of photos of churches, buildings, landscapes in fact the only thing I can think of that I rarely do is take portrait photos.Given your subjects, you'd probably prefer the wider 15-85mm. Re 50 vs 40, I'm conflicted. The wider aperture of the 50mm in theory makes it better suited for interior shots. But I do like my 40mm much more. Personally, I'd go with the 40mm.