First off, I’m more of film person but I do shoot quite a bit with my iPhone and, sometimes, an older Canon PowerShot. I recently read an article about how, in the automotive industry, companies are requiring paid subscriptions to unlock specific features like remote start, heated seats, etc. I got to wondering if that has taken place in the digital photography world. I know that some software is now using a pay-as-you-go model where in the past one could buy a disc, install it, and it was good for as long as the hardware runs. After all, I’m still using Pagemaker 6.0 for my desktop publishing needs and that has to be nearly 30 years old. But have makers of digital cameras caught on to this revenue stream? Would one have to pay to set a higher ISO? Or a higher shutter speed? To access a higher pixel count? Would this be something you’d be interested in seeing?