Some fun in the studio with MF HP5+ and Fuji645
(Edit - My bad I didn't seen correctly the tittle with "digital" ...) Take it as a 6x4.5 cm digital sensor
I will never stop to explain: film is DIGITAL because you can count the individual grains. You can use a microscope to confirm this easily. Everything you can count is digital. The differences between film and sensor are:
- Film grain is randomly distributed and responds in a logarithmic way to light.
- Sensor sensels are regularly distributed and respond in a linear way to light.
Consequently you are under the headline and can continue to post images taken with a HP5+ "sensor".
I wrote it recently in an other thread here: There is no analog in this world we know of. Everything can be counted. Sometimes the numbers a just very big.