Does the camera body matter when using the same lens and film?

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Does the camera body matter when using the same lens and film?
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Question: If I use two completely different cameras with same lens and same film with same exposure settings, am I likely to get two completely same photographs?

I had a discussion about this on Facebook film group and some users were saying that everything depends on the lens and I am definitely going to get the same result regaedless of the camera as long as the lens is the same. I strongly believe this is not the case.

I am questioning this because from my personal experience, I get different result from two different cameras even if I use the same settings and the same lens. When I use Tamron 70-200mm 2.8 G2 on Canon EOS 3000N, the result is sharper and cleaner than when I use the same lens on Canon EOS 300X.

And in case of digital when I use my XF 60mm 2.4 lens on my Fuji X-Pro 2 the result is sharper and cleaner than when I use my Fuji X-T20 despite the fact that these cameras share the same sensor technology.

I am sure there is more to it than using the same lens for sure especially with film photography. Is it to do with the film back or the shutter technology?

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