DATA POINT ON FILM SCAN MP yield VERSES END PRODUCT yield.
Another WONDERFUL attribute of Frank's example is that it has two of the three principle photographic reference B&W and E6 (similar to the digital look) is shown.
The third fundamental type is portraiture that originates from one and only one type of film and unique glass that yields images that appear to glow (a property of diffusion). The third type cannot/should not/will not be characterized by any cy/mm in any meaningful way.
IMO portraiture has been (and will continue to be) Top-end digital's greatest challenge. There may be an analogy here between the overly sharp look of video as opposed to scenes shot with c41 like film.
I've seen (or heard of) solutions for great resolution and ever improving dynamic range of digital technology. I have yet to see anything approaching what PortraNC can achieve behind the SA 65mm with a Polarizer (or Graduated NDs), UV, Skylight or appropriate mired filter given the color temperature on any given day at any given time of year.
Anyway, Frank's example of shooting a pool with different cameras is a great idea.