Also, no serious photographer will just abandon analog photography and go
totally digital. Any fine grained film will yield much better resolutions
what the most expensive digital cameras are capable of.
This is simply not true. I am a serious non-professional photographer who
carefully tracks pro equipment and technology. Film was approximately the
same resolution and quality when the Canon D60 came out. The largest book in
the world has 6ft by 4ft prints made both from Fuji Velvia and also the
Canon D60. They are on par. Since then resolution for digital has far
surpassed film. There are plenty of photographers that stilll use film, but
they are a shrinking minority.
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