bughunter: The Foveon sensor is pretty special. My old sd-14 produced pictures that (at low iso's) gave my 5Dc a run for its money. I'd like to see a FF version that was reasonably priced. (Sorry Sigma, $7k is just too much for an aps-c body)
The color and sharpness that I got from my SD14 were incredible. Most people who commented about my images said that they had the best color that they have ever seen and I have to agree. I would see color in subjects that other cameras could not capture but the Sigma did.
elefteriadis alexandros: Huh only digital, no film, what a waist.. digital its for commercial work not for art!! the picture is like a fake, i wonder how more bad they look in real paper without the tonality and dynamic range of film.
Most pros used to shoot slide film and not neg. The reason is when they scanned the film, they got better quality from slide film since slides are a first generation(original) and negs. had to be printed before they could scan it and the print would be a second generation(copy) of the original. If you remember, slides had a much narrower dynamic range than negs. did. The dynamic range of the cameras today is incredible. As long as you process it correctly, digital should look great...