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    Any 1 can advise which camera has the best monochrome options?

    Cant really afford a leica m monochrome 246..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stephen Chung View Post
    Any 1 can advise which camera has the best monochrome options?
    Cant really afford a leica m monochrome 246..
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    Why are you looking for that? Have you tried shooting RAW and using the usual software solutions for B/W conversion? Much more control.
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    One does not need any sort of particular camera to do B&W...one needs a whole other way of perception!
    Expand your mind or get left behind

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stephen Chung View Post
    Any 1 can advise which camera has the best monochrome options?

    Cant really afford a leica m monochrome 246..

    Thanks
    The B&W from Fujifilm cameras look pretty good, get a wifi SD card and you can basically post B&Ws straight from the camera. But yes I do agree that it will be better to work with software conversion, such as Silver Efex.

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    Well....I try to do that before and it turns out disartrous. So, just get a camera with good B & W is a better option for me..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nikonzen View Post
    One does not need any sort of particular camera to do B&W...one needs a whole other way of perception!
    hahahaha

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    Quote Originally Posted by nitewalk View Post
    But yes I do agree that it will be better to work with software conversion, such as Silver Efex.
    +1 for silver effex.
    If you want to edit on the fly .. Snapseed does a decent job as well.

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    If you can accept less than ultimate, best-est results, shoot on jpg, then convert to grayscale in PS. Final results quite useable, with much less hassle.

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    Get b&w just use film camera no need fret already.

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