A few results coming back....here's a side-by-side comparison. Film version is the 8x10 (with switchplates on the walls), shot with Fuji Reala on a Mamiya RB67 with a 50mm lens. I've corrected some barrel distortion, and rotated the image slightly to make up for my crappy field technique and cheap lens. And, I cooled down the white balance about 6 points in Lightroom. Otherwise, this is a straight-out-of-the-scanner image.
The digital version has the wider aspect ratio, and no switchplates (I cloned 'em out in Photoshop). It's 5dMii with a 24TS + 1.4 extender. This one has seen some LR adjustments and of course I took out the switchplates and any other blemishes I could find, for delivery to client.
We were flagging off the windows around the corner to the right but I see that I neglected to tell my PA to re-do that when I shot the film version, hence the extra glare on the right-end cabinetry. Under-cabinet fluorescents were gelled minus green, and there's light being added in the farthest recessed spaces, as well as some for the floor and foreground where the stools are.
So, Fuji Reala works pretty good! It was slightly too warm, but not bad. I recently acquired a Sinar F1, and I've been shooting 4x5 Fuji Provia all week, so in another week or 10 days I'll (hopefully) have some of those to put up. Assuming any of them come out, haha!