An interesting comparison of 35mm Tri-X shot with an M6 versus the digital Monochrom, identical subjects, identical lenses, found at Summilux.net (in French)
3 lenses used: -. Summicron 35 asph - Summicron 50 V - Apo-Summicron 90 asph.
Silver images: Tri-X exposed at ISO 400 and developed in Ilford LC 29-1. The negatives were then scanned at 3200 DPI original size with an Epson V700,.
Digital images: 400 ISO DNG , then post processed in Adobe Camera RAW 6.6.
Which leads to the obvious question: why spend $7500 on a digital camera that emulates the “film look” when you can just buy a used Leica M film camera for $1000 and a 100′ roll of Tri-X and get the real thing?