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The sharpness is there, the color, contrast,......... there is not much to complain about. Of course, with digital, you can adjust many aspect of the photos with a computer and also at the stage of printing which is digital as well (in the old days, all prints were printed manually by those large chemical machines. The colors & exposure of the prints that result depended on a larger extent to the printers' knowledge & expertise in that field. No two printers(human) can produce the same prints with the same exposure & colors.), I think this make up for low resolution of those cameras.
I have seen somewhere in the web where it is said digital cameras deliver more latitude in terms of contrast. You record more of the highlight and the darkness. But with film, you either have to expose for the light or the dark, it is harder to record with a wider range of tones.