Film versus DSLR dynamic range

Started Jul 24, 2007 | Discussions thread
Antony Blake Regular Member • Posts: 374
Re: Film versus DSLR dynamic range

You can make stats look just like you want them to, governments do it all the time.

So why not film and digital. In my experience having worked with BW/slide/Colour/35mm/120/220 film and now on digital for 8 years film still has it because of the processing you can do.

Also medium format backs like PhaseOne show a difference in range from Canon 1D ranges so I cannot see how this data can be stood behind.

The only way i think ditigal wins in most situations is when a photag uses HDR. Then no question Digital is better for High Dynamic range.

My opinion and a huge Sensor development industry says it probably is still the case, including Fuji and Kodak still deeveloping film.

2 cents and you might not agree but at least it's an answer

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