Klay: Nice little camera.
They've indeed moved a good way from the D40 which cost me about £270. This nice "entry level" kit for $699.95 will remain a desired upgrade but not one actually possessed, not for the amount it will be for on sale in the UK at least.
The app serves a purpose in extending an aesthetic. Of course that aesthetic comes from the film process rather than the digital but it's one that appeals to a lot of people. I'd give it a go if I had an apple device. I've no objection to it on aesthetic grounds or believe it shows a lack of integrity. I feel that there are some people who join a technical "society" be it the Nikon, Canon, Holga or Hasselbrad and adopt a methodolgy they think is more valid than someone else's while in fact it has it's own limitations in terms of expression.
perfect evocation of this location
excellent image of feline repose