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[filmscanners] film and scanning vs digital photography



Thanks for the suggestions about my Polaroid SprintScan.  I got
home too late tonight to try them, but will soon.  This list is
much more helpful than Polaroid tech support.  I also have some
questions on another matter.  I'm considering buying a Nikon D200
digital camera, and I'd like some opinions on the relative merits
of film followed by scanning vs. digital photography.  Are there
still any major advantages to sticking with film plus scanning
over going fully digital?  (I'll still need to have a working
scanner anyway, because I have lots of old slides that I haven't
scanned yet). I do lots of macrophotography (mostly butterflies
and dragonflies), as well as landscape photography and would
especially appreciate comments on the relative merits of film
plus scanning vs. digital photography for these sorts of
applications.
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Dr. Paul Patton
Life Sciences Building Rm 538A
work: (419)-372-3858
home: (419)-352-5523
Biology Department
Bowling Green State University
Bowling Green, Ohio 43403

"The most beautiful thing we can experience is
the mysterious.  It is the source of all true art
and science."
-Albert Einstein
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