I really learned substantially everything I know on digital and have been transitioning that knowledge and experience to the film paradigm. This is backwards from most of the old timers and presents some of its own unique idiosyncrasies. Tonight I took out the Minolta X-700 and left the DSLR at home. I found myself hitting the shutter release without advancing the film / cocking the shutter. D'oh! Definitely a habit picked up from digital. I don't really have that problem with the Mamiya because it's a completely mechanical TLR and isn't operated anywhere remotely close to how a DSLR or SLR is operated. But with the Minolta SLR, I make these mistakes like it's a digital without thinking. I think what was funnier was when people came up close to me after I took their picture and tried to look at the non-existent LCD screen to see how the picture came out. Instead of a screen they saw a piece of torn paper that said "Ilford Delta 100 Professional". :lmao: Priceless.