Fortunately, collecting film cameras is a relatively inexpensive passion to have these days....even a camera like the F6 isn't terribly expensive now. I think I paid about $600 for my LN- condition R8. Same for my Hasselblads, Pentax 645 and 67II, Mamiya RZ67II, M7II and TLRs....all a fraction of what they cost 10 years ago.
Pre-digital, I couldn't have afforded even the small collection of Hasselblads and lenses I have now. So for film shooters and collectors the digital revolution has been a mixed blessing. High end gear is so much cheaper now, but the selection of films to shoot with has been greatly reduced.
I'm heading out the door now for an afternoon of shooting. Finally got some nice weather here. Besides a digital kit (Sony A7 and Nikon D800e), I'll be taking the F6 and a Hassy 503CW. I know I should take the 645D with me....maybe tomorrow.
Life is good.