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I see less and less of a reason to still shoot film, and I really love film. I have the lower tray of the freezer filled with 120 portra and some delta...
IMO, I think the reason to still shoot film would be for the look of film per se; I'm seeing little to no dynamic range limitations from the new Nikon/exxmor sensors. And with some perseverance, the film look can be duplicated from digital...
my opinion of course..
I still have it in my mind to shoot my stock of B&W film, for the "look". I have some mixed ISO TMax in stock and some 3200 B&W. I have been shooting at a local jam session and I cannot beat the ease of just changing the ISO on the digital D300 bodies "on the fly". The light balance changes also as they use three different rooms, so that is another digital advantage. I am shooting at ISO 3200 or 1600 at around F4 and 1/125-1/60, depending. The musicians jump around a bit and I sometimes bring a speedlight in an umbrella on the side for more interesting lighting. If I took film with me, I would take ISO 3200 film and not know exactly what I am getting all night. Then, I would have to develop it and scan it. I can see why digital is so popular, even with a camera that does not give the best results at ISO 3200, like the D300. It is certainly better looking at ISO 1600.