I am sick and tired of people with this attitude towards digital photographic. I have tons of film cameras incl my first camera that I bought back 30 yrs ago a Canon AE-1, it took lots of great pictures incl many snaps of events when growing up. Later I had a Minolta Maximum 7D, loved that camera. I shot lots of slides, sadly they are setting and collecting dust. On of these days I might convert some to digital (ha) or even dig out my old Kodak slide projector. Now I shot digital and yes I shot a few thousand shot per month and even at times have 2 cameras on the go. Editing is honestly a nightmare and I hate doing it and that is properly why they are not ready for on-line display yet. But I like the fact that I can work out a certain shot that I just would not have tried before in film days.
Anyway the fact is that even shooting film is kind of digital. Our lab and most labs today scans the negative after being developed. So yes you shoot film but your picture was printed (any size, incl 4*6) from a digital file. Also the places that actual will sell film and/or develop film will get harder to find.
In my dear old camera club we have 3 left that have that digital phobia, I truly enjoy listening to them talking about their camera experience and knowledge but at the same time they are missing out on things that we do and talk about. I often tease them about finally getting that digital camera, but they feel that it is not pure, one of them gets lots prints from our place, I wonder if she realizes that we scan her negatives.
I know some of you get that film camera out, but why, what does it do that is better. Yes I know the DR is better on film, but colors and other things from most labs are digitized.