Hello everyone, I don't know if this was ever a discussion in another thread but since I am moving myself towards film these days (even though it is very slowly) I was wondering what is your assumption for the future of analogue photography. I will make my own assumptions based on whatever I learned so far which is profoundly little so please be patient with me. I think number of people who shoots film will grow in absolute terms however it will still be declining in percentage due to the increase in population and therefore number of people who owns a camera. I think types of film will be declining but the brands who survive this will be in a much better shape financially. Some camera manufacturers will introduce new model(s) of analogue cameras since there will be too much competition in digital and there will be so much junk lying around. These are a few that I can come up with. Anyways, what is your idea?