Aye-Aye (Daubentonia madagascariensis), Duke Lemur Center
Scanned from a 35mm slide. And yes, anyone who claims that modern digital cameras have matched the image quality of film is lying through their teeth. I scanned this at 7200dpi for a 64 megapixel image, and there is detail all the way down. Look at this unretouched crop of the aye-aye’s eye
Of course, for most everything except image quality digital cameras win hands down. I love being able to burn through hundreds of speculative shots without worrying about film costs, the instant feedback that tells me if I got the shot I wanted, and being able to switch ISO settings on the fly.