The original thread, rather than encouraging me to get rid of cameras, actually got me out using my film cameras. I have had a project in process for some months to complete a test roll with each of the film cameras in my collection that I am likely to use, but haven't used for some time to confirm functionality. Of course I have the Digital FX Nikons and Ricoh GXR Mirrorless mentioned in previous posts, but today I ran down the line of Nikons F4 (recently obtained) F 3, F 2, my First Nikon, the F TN (the latter, I probably won't use much, even if it tests well). Remaining, the F Photomic FTN and Nikkormat ELW, and My Dad's Leica M 3. Since the film (XP2) will be going out to Dwayne's in the morning mail, I'll only have time to finish the roll in the Leica. Except for the F4, which is quite a different beast, all the others felt pretty familiar / comfortable in hand. I was kind of surprised that "time slowed to film speed "-- I suppose because the I have shot the area on & near the ranch a great deal, it took a while to shoot the 12 and 25 exposures that were in each of the cameras. Rummaged around in the box room / AKA junk room, and found all the necessities for processing monochrome, an old unopened bulk roll of TMAX and a bulk loader with some even older TriX. All I need to do now is mix up the various chemicals and keep moving. Season shifting into cold weather, being inside more might be just the thing. We'll see how my resolve holds out in the face of the ease of digital.