- Sensor is perfectly flat, film has never been.
- Sensor lacks depth
- It is easy to look at finest detail, just click actual pixels. You would need a microscope to that with film. I actually have done that...
- Check that focus screen and sensor is well aligned.
- Be careful
- Stop down but not beyond 1/11 or so
Digital is not more demanding then analogue in any way but is making problems much more obvious as far less errors are masked in the processing chain.
I just picked up a V96C for a Hasselblad V and I am seeing that focusing should be more accurate than film. Is this what other more experienced MFDB users believe?
Are there any suggestions (especially from other Manual focus camera shooters) as to how to focus more accurately and effectively?