A current poll over at DPReview.com - "How old are you? - got me thinking. The majority of those answering the poll are aged 50-59. The second largest group of responders are aged 60-69. It reminded me of my very first "serious" camera: the Canon AE-1. It was a wildly popular camera and I bet a lot of those responders aged 50-70 remember owning one. It got us started on this long path to u-43. But it troubles me to see that the curve among those answering this poll is clearly comprised of people over 50. When I consider this and I also consider the decline of camera use in favor of cellular phone/cameras, I wonder if it is possible that not only is u-43 in financial trouble but the whole enthusiast camera hobby. When we 50+ camera users "move over", will people taking pictures with their telephones be all that is left? Or is it only u-43 users that are older? Or is it only DPReview.com readers? Or, well, what the hell does this user poll tell us?