A day out at in the countryside, walking around the lakes with my cousin. His Fuji X100 on the left, my Sony NEX 7 on the right. The cameras replaced or say complimented our Leica's M9 & M6. I love how digital photography makes it easy to record, almost effortlessly, moments which I wouldn't have given a chance with my TRI-X loaded Leica M6 camera. My digital honeymoon isn't over yet, even if I often don't like how my new Sony NEX 7 renders highlight burnout. But I think that is a more general issue of how digital sensors and perhaps in particular how the Bayer pattern sensor works. Highlight burnout in digital photography looks still plain ugly to my eye.