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Does the B&W setting make any difference when shooting RAW
Posted 31 July 2011 - 11:51 AM
Below are two images taken a couple of minutes apart. All settings where the same except one was shot with the B&W setting and the other was shot using the sRGB color space and these are straight from the camera, you can even see the dang dust on my sensor. They were re-sized for easy viewing. Can you tell which is which?
Bodies - Nikon D700, D2x & D100.
Nikon Lens - (70-200 f/2.8) - (85mm f/1.8) - (50mm f/1.8) - (50mm f/1.4) - (24-85 f/3.5) - (55mm f/2.8) - (35 f/1.8 DX)
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