take a black and white photo w film and a digital photo of the same scene. develop it and look at the negative and compare to the digital image.
i remember when i first look at a 6x6 black and white negative from my bronica i was really amazed by e details that can be capture from highlight all the way to shadow!
the zone system that was widely used on b n w is now unheard of. i still think film has its merits but just too troublesome. is
unless you are art student etc who will really spend the kind of time effort cos its worth the As. for casual shooting, nothing beats shooting, viewing and printing it on e same day on pictures that you want, digital lets you do just that.
if fuji's sensor can acheive the same, that will be good news for all. cos then you will have not only convenience but also superb quality when it really counts.