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We used to argue about whether digital had surpassed the quality of 35mm film. Now, we're in an era where that's clearly happened a long time ago.
So now, here's what I'm wondering: how crappy/cheap a digital camera can you get and still get equal or better results as compared to good 35mm film (ektar, velvia, etc)? Any current APS-C DSLR should do it no problem. Same for µ4/3, I'd guess. But how low can you go?
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