hi guys. just got back from HK disneyland with my folks. i brought along a roll of fuji NPS160 to shoot with an EOS 300. i also brought my 350D along (the eos 300 was used by my dad)
on the eos300, i put a 50mm f/1.8. i used a tamron 28-75 on my 350D.
the strange thing is, i find that my digital shots have a higher resolution and less grain/noise than my NPS160 shots. i dont think it's the lens problem as i use my 50mm on my 350d with great results. i don't think its a camera mode problem too - i set to Av mode at f/5.6 for most shots on my film cam.
cld it be the sensor of the eos300 that is at fault? the noise seems higher on the NPS tho the RMS granularity is a low 4. plus the resolution looks lower too. im quite puzzled here. anyone cld help to explain?
but having said that, the NPS is a great film in terms of colour. nothing too exaggerated. very smooth skin tones. i heard fuji released a Pro-S160, gonna try that soon