Absolutely. Digital being cheaper is sooooo not the case for pro photographers.
Here we go, just done some sums.
Cost of developing 120 roll film and having it scanned (resolution not specified) £13 per roll. ( http://www.apertureuk.com/film_developing_in_aperture_uk_london.html
Shooting at 6x4.5 = 15 shots per film or £.87 per exposure.
200 shots in an average session (adjust to taste) = £174.
Cost of Nikon d800 =£1,800
Number of sessions before digital becomes cheaper than film = 10.3
Number of shots before digital becomes cheaper than film = 2,060 (check the shutter count on your digital) Notes.
If everybody was shooting film developing costs would no doubt come down.
No allowance has been made for purchase of film camera.
Computer and software is not included but you are likely to have a computer anyway and reasonable software can be had for free.
All sorts of peripheral costs for both systems have been ignored in this comparison.
If anybody knows of pro's switching back to film because of the cost issue then please bring it to our attention.