One of my hobbies that I relax with is playing around with cameras. The fascination goes back quite a few years and, naturally, being a technology geek I stopped shooting with film cameras some time ago and shoot strictly digital. I've finally got the rest of the family shooting digital as well. There is still an SLR floating around the family but I don't think anybody has used it in recent memory. Today, as I was reading some of photography blogs, I came across the news that Polaroid, who already exited the camera business two years ago, is now exiting the film business as well! For you fans of the Polaroid Instant cameras, you better start stocking up on those film packs now. That news got me thinking... how many 'average' users are still shooting with film? It seems like everybody is shooting digital now. Go to any wedding and you'll find a half-dozen people following the hired photographer around, all toting their own equipment. Look around at the next local kids baseball or soccer game and you can find a sea of black & silver cameras in the bleachers. So if you aren't shooting digital already, are you planning to? Or will you be hanging on to your 35mm film until it goes the way of the disc film cartridges?