I guess this low limitation of image storage, making possible to shoot without limits and select what is good afterwards, despite of create more possibilities to get shots right re-shooting as wish, it also may make photographers more careless about what or how their results will be afterwards. Not all photographers, but many shoot a lot to see if they get some good images by chance.
The good side of limitation, if you look on this way, is that it leaves less room for chances. Or you get it right or you get it wrong. Or you know what you are doing or you don't. And I'm the kind who thinks the challenge of limits is what really make the parameter how good and prepared I am as photographer.
I developed a roll of 120 film negative with 15 frames of 6x4.5 shot Yesterday. Among these 15 frames only 4 was eliminated. Not because theses 4 was bad. Maybe two of them was actually bad but the other two was just not good enough. And this is what I consider a good productivity.
Of course Sami's model work helped, since she did a excellent job being prepared for all the poses.
On the end I don't have more than hundreds or thousands images from the shoot but I have eleven high quality result which is even more worth. And even it I had only half or 1/3 of them as keeper, as far it is high quality it would be worth than hundreds of just good (or good enough) shots took by chance.
The point is. You know what you want, you know what you are doing and you know you just need some few shots to get it. No waist time on keep shooting to see what may come from it.