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I recently converted from shooting film to shooting digital... about 3-4 years ago. I had shot & processed my own film since I was about 8 yrs old... that means about 45 years. I shot mostly MF, with some 4x5 and occasionally some 35mm. By the time I converted to digital, I had pretty much removed most of the variability from my development process. I shot Tmax 100 or 400 and Arista EDU 100 or 400. And I developed everything in Diafine, which I made 1/2 the strength as defined in the instructions, in a large Jobo tank on a roller base. All sizes, speeds, emulsions at the same time. Then I scanned them on an Epson 4990 and worked with the digital images. There was absolute consistency roll to roll and the developing process made the images a bit flatter than they might be in another developer, but it worked really well for the high contrast sunlight we have here in TX most days. I think that Tmax was my very favorite film in all the size & speed combinations it came in, using this method, but the Arista EDU was a good workhorse.
I keep it all, my film & film cameras, because I figure that in a few years, when I retire, I'll have plenty of time to go back to shooting film. But for now, my digital kit allows me to be most productive with the little bit of shooting & processing time I have.