First I am going to take some sample sections of images and save them as their own files. You can look at them and decide which is better. I don't believe the intent was to compare film to digital, but rather to compare the Coolscan 4000 scans to the unprocessed RAW images from a D1X converted to Tiff. I will not make any corrections to the images, so you can all tell me that I overexposed or underexposed, but that is not purpose of this. This is simply to compare the two ways Nikon has to get digital files.
I will also include the unaltered files (full size) for those of you who have the patience to download them. The only thing that I would ask is that you do it during the daytime hours on weekdays or in the evenings on weekends. I will be at work and don't care about my bandwidth then.
Please give me until Friday or Saturday to have this done, I have the digital files already, but I still have to scan the negatives. If I have the shooting data, I will include it as well, will have to download it from my F100 first and hopefully match it up with the film. Speaking of film, the traditional images were shot on Kodak Porta 400VC, the digital images in various ISO's. The only filters used were Nikon L37C UV filters (in front of all my glass). Feel free to critique the images as well as do comparisons. I appreciate all feedback. I will post the url later when the images are uploaded.