It's no secret that Fuji's X-family of cameras seems to resonate with photographers who started during the film era - for some, even before auto-focus became the norm. No surprise here, of course, because the Fujis feature wonderful external controls as well as a certain look, feel and operational pace that appeals to the tradition-minded. But I wonder if the appeal is largely limited to those of a certain age. Do young people - or even those who simply started in photography during the digital age - find as much to love in Fuji's X-cams? So, I'm not necessarily asking for your age (although you can provide it if you like). But are you someone who came to the hobby or profession back in the film days before auto-focus? Or are you a relative newbie, having arrived in photography in the past decade, never having had spent much time with film? Myself, I'm 55 years old and my first enthusiast camera was a 100% manual Minolta SRT-200 in the mid-1970s. So no one will be shocked that I like Fuji's X-family. On the other hand, I'm certainly not bound by tradition. I've been an early adopter of computers, cell phones, satellite radio, HDTV and more all along. And I've owned all kinds of digital cameras - compacts, mirrorless and DSLRs. What's your story?