Hi! After three years of shooting digital with an Olympus PEN I got fed up with the color noise and I switched back to film. That was a very rewarding experience. Yet I'd love to have a digital camera with a film look. By film look I mean beautiful grain which has the same color as the image part it is in, and rich pastel colors. the grain won't happen, I know, but the rich pastel colors might. My good friend Ivo has a Leica M240 and it has this film look, but at the moment I can't afford it. the Film sales person at my photo shop says, that, indeed, Canon and Nikon are much too hard to have a film look. My Olympus PEN is very close to the Leica M240, but has lots of color noise and I hate that. I read the Sony A7S has no noise at all and as such should provide the ultimate film like images. But what I'd like to know is if it's just as hard as Canon and Nikon. It's only 12 megapix but I couldn't care less about that. I guess I have three options: Continue shooting film. Buy a used Leica M240 when the next model becomes available. somehow rent a Sony A7S for awhile and check out if it has a film look. Do any of you have experience about all this and can provide me with useful information? Maybe post some shots? Hope I don't start a film/digital thing. Thank you, Dirk.