I understand that most labs print negatives on their machines by actually scaning in the negs at 300dpi before printing (eg fuji frontier). which means the end result is essentially limited by the 300dpi scanning. so I was thinking, doesn't that mean film's resolution is meaningless? we know film has a higher resolution than digital files but if both are printed by the same machine at 300dpi, then does that mean film loses its advantage? so disregarding things like noise and all, a standard consumer camera with sufficient pixels to produce 300dpi at the required photo size would still give a pic of the same resolution as a film SLR? Or is there something I"m missing here?