Another member posted his observations on camera usage at a recent event. By far, he reported, the most commonly displayed "camera" he saw being used that day was a cellular phone. I've noticed the same at public events. Relatively little traditional camera usage, mostly people taking pictures with their phones. Newspapers are taking their last breaths across the country. Major magazines have stopped printing in the past year. Both are (were) major sources of still photography. Instagram is wildly popular - 100 million members as of February, 2013. Everywhere you look on the internet you can see its fuzzy, odd colored presence. Are we a dying breed / Camera users? We just read about Olympus discontinuing lower end models. How far behind is its upper end? I don't have the answers. Just wondering what others in this class of photographic camera enthusiasts think.