>After years of frustration in discovering, only after the >processed film returned, that my highly anticipated effort at >capturing family history or a moment needing to be recorded >for all time, did not escape operator error, I reluctantly >turned to the new digital world. > >And at 71 it feels so good because instant gratification >abounds, and it has allowed me to stake out the role of being >the go-to source for prized family pics sent via Internet, the >ubiquitous iSomething, etc. At my age I'd rather frustrate >myself with mastering the new technology than resurrecting the >past's old shortcomings. > >But the nostalgia in us all can easily explain reversion to >the film habit, if only so long as to be reminded that digital >is immediate and no less creative if one moves beyond >P&S. > >I have come to enjoy reading the shares in this non-Nikon >section. And am awaiting the new Fuji X20 release for an >upcoming trip. Have a great day!