From his facial expression, we can safely guess that this man is troubled. It is not foolhardy to say that photographers are good at telling a troubled face because most of us are regularly troubled by the decision to use or acquire which cameras and photographic paraphernalia.
A recent stir of the photographers' troubled hearts arises as Fujifilm has released the firmware for the exquisite X100 to address, regretably, not all of the heatly debated operational flaws. While credits should certainly go to Fujifilm in giving the retro look a try for a digital camera without the hefty price-tag of the M, comments on its functionality are very mixed. It is a camera you are going to like it or hate it. But at least one thing is sure: it is commercially unwise to produce a controversial product. Another example is the world's smallest interchangeable-lens Pentax Q in the fine spirit of Quixote.
That said, the Fujifilm is of a class on its own tickling the fancy of many who have paid and who haven't the money to pay for it. GXG is very much interested in trying it out too.