Quote Originally Posted by Nick Zentena View Post
If you mean the end results it shouldn't be. Obviously if you're printing colour it'll be more of a hassle shuffling filters then turning the dial. For B&W less so of an issue.

Not if you have to switch contrast within a print. A little '5' to the sky, oh ... the rocks could do with a '0' burn-in, leave the rest at '2'.
That's all a pain with a dichroic head and easy to do with under-the-lens filters. Also, split-grade printing is much easier with them too..