Years ago I could be found on my infrequent day off from work in the nuclear industry carrying around one of my Pentax 35mm cameras with one of several variable focal length lenses now known as “zoom” lenses. I was never one to carry around a bag full of primes as I felt you never had the right lens on the camera when a photographic opportunity presented itself and I did not like having to change lenses. Except for on location or in studio shoots, I still feel that way today. My favorite focal length for my walk about's was 35-70mm. Unless I was shooting a wedding I never used an auto winder though I had one for each series of cameras. Over the years when converting to digital, I continued with Pentax but though my current K-5 and K-5IIs are great cameras they never quite had the same tactile feeling that I got from the film camera bodies. In the past few years I had seen the retro cameras being offered by Fuji, Canon and Olympus and got the opportunity to use one of the Olympus and Fuji cameras. Hey, that old feeling I had when handling the film bodies was coming back and I headed home with the first of two E-M10’s. Now some months later I acquired the Panny 12-35mm lens which closely approximates the 35-70mm lenses I was fond of back in the film era. I am really enjoying that tactile feedback from the shutter and the basic feeling when carrying and using the E-M10. While most of my film cameras have been sold, I still have the twin ME Supers which were the last of the film bodies that I purchased one of which is shown below in comparison with the silver E-M10 and Panasonic 12-35 f2.8 lens. Someday I will figure out what to do with those rolls of Kodachrome 64, 100 foot spools of Plus x film still in the freezer and three dozen reloadable cartridges and all that dark room equipment. I should also mention that I occasionally drive around town in my 55 Chevy and play golf using a set of Callaway Hickory stick golf clubs.