(I know, I know. Having a bit too much fun with that troll-ish thread title. Anyway..) I'm really digging fixed lens rangefinders these days (and, digging shooting film), and I thought I'd share a couple photos of recent acquisitions. Check out how tiny that Olympus XA is! That's actually my main motivation for posting: I was thoroughly surprised at how tiny it is when I received it. I fully expected it to be 25-30% larger in every dimension. It's actually about the same size as my wife's EPL-3, and that's before mounting a lens! Nuts. The Konica Hexar is also pretty compact, and is a superlative performer. Notably, the AF is really impressive; a little slow compared to the modern m43 lenses, but sure-footed in every situation, including downright darkness. All of these setups sport 35mm or equivalent lenses, and that's no accident; I'm really enamored with that focal length right now. (There's actually also a Minolta XG-M and Rokkor-X 35mm f2.8 sitting over here, too.) Anyone else shooting fixed-lens rangefinders these days? (Oh, and if you are, what lab do you use for push-processing color negative film?) Shooting film is definitely stealing my attention and time away from shooting my m43 gear. I know it's just a phase, though. Oh, and I have no intention of ditching my m4/3 gear for full frame digital—no way. Not hating or flaming, just saying.