On our recent Vermont trip I shot both digital and film. As is the case most times, the film version provides a better image, though it might not be that noticeable in low res on a screen. The clarity, contrast and detail of a medium format negative scanned in high-res format is without parallel in the digital world, save for the most expensive Phase One or Hasselblad digital cameras. Printing from these files is truly a joy, with maximum density and detail on an inexpensive Epson printer.
Shot with a Mamiya 6MF using Foma Fomapan 100 B/W film.