It's not true systemically though.
The point I'm making is simply that shooting chromes requires that decisions and experimentation be made at different points in the process. Chrome shooting is more camera centric.
For example bracketing or shooting a second sheet/roll of film that can be developed differently is a normal part of the process chrome shooters use. With experience that can fully replace the print variation option that negative shooters have.
It's really just a choice about what work process we prefer, not about not being able to adjust.