X-rays that track the 36-year progress of my renal transplant are all digital. They have been digital since at least 2005, including dental imaging. A couple of years ago after a digi-dental xray, there was a new item of interest: the dentist came up to my mouth not with a pick and mirror, but a Nikon D3 fitted with a tiny orb-like macro lens on the front. It looked threatening so very, very close — so close I could read the display on the top panel! In the great Nikon tradition, I didn't feel a thing! The three images instantly appeared on a laptop behind him and examined by nurse next to the digi x-rays. Fascinating stuff. Occasionally APUG members here do dabble with X-ray film in anything from pinholes to Bell & James set ups.