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Loss of film IQ or character when converting to digital for viewing or printing?
Old 09-19-2019   #1
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Loss of film IQ or character when converting to digital for viewing or printing?

For film users, is there a loss of it's unique character when scanned to digital for viewing on a screen or for printing purposes? Is it less of a problem for B&W film than color negative or reversal film? To me the advantage of shooting digital is the ability to adjust highlights, shadows, color, etc. but I'm willing to give film a second look if I know what advantages it provides.
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