Thanks for the tips.
He shoots landscapes, close-ups, and also sees the occasional local "photo day" with amateur models and the like
... He's been a lifelong bachelor, and is now contending with arthritis. He has Nikon F stuff, but he's found the M6 to suit his physical abilities best, as of what he can do now.
No commerical shooting. Never has, never will. Purely for the fun of it.
He hasn't used his Hasselblads in quite some time, probably at least a year or two. Mostly his Leica M6 and a nice collection of lenses(21,28,35,50,75,90,135apo)...
He isn't really "looking to 'go' digital", as his workflow is not fast-paced at all. He enjoys the simplicity of wet printing from negatives(mostly color), and he isn't super technical despite owning some nice equipment
He knows about the tech, that's for sure. He doesn't have an email, barely uses a cell phone, and yes; no gps either
So yes, it's probably best if he sticks with what he knows, and that's film.
Me, at 25yo, on the other hand, I do have an interest in digital, but still enjoy shooting my 5x7 and GX680 systems so much that film is the best medium for me at this time in my life. Albeit drum scanning and digital post, but the occasional wet print still satiates my darkroom desires for a handmade print when I want one