Like birders who do bird counts, we should have a thread where people can post camera counts! Was at the Museum of Fine Arts Boston this weekend. If you live in the area, and you haven't been since they did the renovations, you really should go! It's like a world class museum now. It was always good, but IMO it's now great, adding in a HUGE American wing and upping their modern art. Any rate, did some informal camera counting. By my un-documented observation, I noticed One NEX 5 w/kit lens, 1 Fuji X100s (had a nice talk with this person, and this was their first digital purchase, having just moved out of film) and 1 EP3 with a 40-150, or maybe it was a 14-150. I also counted about 3-4 Lumix LX-series cameras (wasn't sure if they were 3, 5 or 7s). I believe I saw a Leica film camera and likely an old Nikon film camera. I saw also maybe 4 Nikon DSLRS. The rest of the observed cameras fell into 3 campus: Superzoom, pocket/cell phone, Canon DSLR. There were way too many of each to keep a mental count. I would say it was fairly evenly split. The one thing about pocket/cell cams, though, is people who didn't seem to have a camera could have been sporting a cell camera, pocket camera, or even one of the pocketable serious compacts, so they likely go unreported. Maybe keep this thread going with other people's counts??