I personally love analog cameras or rather shooting with them. It gives you a feeling that no digital camera can compare with. You take more time for the shot because deep down you know, you are paying for every roll you shoot and in my case also for the developing and scans of the roll. There is also the profound feeling when you get your scans back and you see them for the first time ... for someone who doesn't know this feeling - it's something like the Christmas morning, when you open your presents.
That is why I value film photography more than digital. It gives me more satisfaction to shoot with and the reward when you get the shot just right is tremendous.
When I came to San Francisco and were surrounded with all these new things, people, places, I shot about 6 rolls a week. But when it came down to the developing, scanning and buying film, I was paying around 150$ dollars a month. That was much more than in Ljubljana (Slovenia), where I used to live. I wanted to buy a scanner and chemicals, but had no place to develop on my own. So instead, I went back to digital. Yes, digital. Well it's not that I don't shoot film anymore, it's just so expensive here.
I bought a FujiFilm X100s. A slick and quick digital rangefinder. It wasn't cheap, but in the long run, I think it will be worth it.
FujiFilm did a great job and packed a DSLR like picture quality, hight speed and amazing high ISO performance in a light and compact body. I am more than satisfied with the purchase and here are some of the shots from the first run.