@anon209079: You forgot to mention the cost of hard disk drives. That is the primary reason I want to switch over to film. With a digital camera, you tend to shoot anything and everything, and also tend to take multiple shots of the same subject hoping that one of them will be good enough. At the end of the day, your hard disk is full of junk. If you are a professional photographer, and your hard disk crashes, then you are finished! Those moments are lost forever! Plus sometimes the memory card itself can become corrupted, or even get lost as it is very small.
Let us not even talk of your self-esteem going down every time you see another photographer with the latest model.
Add to that the cost of batteries. You need several batteries if you don't want to be let down at critical moment, far from base. Even an amateur like me carries two pairs when I go on a vacation. Add to that the cost of the charger and sometimes the batteries get lost.
If you do not have power in a remote location, you cannot charge your batteries.
DSLRs are a complicated way of losing money while thinking you are saving money. Plus with DSLRs, or for that matter with any digital camera, you are casual and never compose your shots as you know you can delete bad shots, which you never do.
Digital cameras have a place. For example, if you are going out on a picnic and it is a very easy way of recording the outing with minimum effort.
DSLRs have their uses in sports photography.
Professional photographers who have mastered the art of photography may benefit from a DSLR, but not us the amateurs and semi-professionals. You cannot learn photography using a DSLR.