This is going to sound a bit sad or obsessive.
I had a dream the other night, in which I had some digital camera - a small, rangefinder-ish-sized one, or like the Fuji X ones that are coming out now.
It had a manual-focus, wide-aperture lens on it, and I manually focused it, and got a great picture, with great bokeh. It had blossom or something in it.
I think the lens was probably one of my Olympus OM film camera lenses; probably the 50mm f/1.2.
I woke up, remembered it, thought about it. It was one of those dreams that changes your mood about something.
I found I really WANTED such a nice, small digital camera I could fit my manual-focus lenses to, even though logically, AF is better and more reliable and usually faster.
I realised that actually there isn't a lot out there at the moment that I could buy that would let me do that. I could buy a current Fuji one and a Fuji->OM adapter, but the newer ones still seem to be fixed-lens ones. The X-Pro one is a bit old now, and I think I would prefer to get its successor, if one comes.
I could get the EOS M, and the EF adaptor and then use my OM to EOS adaptor, but given the bad press the EOS M has had, and the fact that a better one appears to be imminent, it would probably be a bad use of funds to buy that now.
It has made me search for somewhere I can get decent film (Velvia, for example, seems to have a good reputation). I have a nice film camera I could use; I think I'll have another play with film in the near future.
For now, it's a lovely day, so I'm taking my 5D3 and 24-105L out.