The problem is that nothing new appears
Why should it? I think of analogue photography as similar to the classic car movement - it keeps alive machinery, processes etc that are no longer mainstream. e.g. nobody goes to a classic event to see the latest, greatest, fastest etc, and yet they are incredibly popular. It is a revelation to some to see how advanced old machinery actually was. Surely this is part of the satisfaction with using a camera from say the 50's or 60's and coming home and creating really nice images - there's an element of showmanship and personal satisfaction in NOT being mainstream. Fiddling with manually controlled exposure settings to try and get the best image when the latest equipment automates everything is no different to tweaking the mixture and timing to get that old engine running sweet when the latest vehicles have it all done by black-box.