Film vs Digital Reason 3: Change sensitivity from shot to shot
Although it’s possible to change film mid-roll, it’s nowhere near as easy as adjusting the sensitivity setting on a digital camera. It’s certainly not something you want to do for just one or two shots. This means that if the light changes you may have to stop shooting.
Film vs Digital Reason 4: Better colour and grain at high ISO
In the early days of digital photography film produced more detailed results and high-speed film had less grain than high-sensitivity digital images. But that’s all changed now. Modern digital cameras are capable of producing much better images in low light than film cameras can. There are sensitivity settings that go far beyond the commercially available film speed options and the digital results generally have less grain and better colour saturation.
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