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Monochrom vs. M10 shot in B&W


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On 11/16/2022 at 1:04 AM, MikeMyers said:

  I wish I knew how much post processing @jaquesused on this image, but that's just curiosity.  Very nice, and shows what an M8 is still capable of.

Practically none as I recall. I can't get my version of Silver Efex Pro II to work anymore for some reason.

 

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I own the M262 and the M246 and did some comparison shots. In general one gets (expectedly) more details and better gradients with cameras lacking the bayer filter. I understand it is not an M10 vs M10M comparison but should also be helpful. I also see more 3D effect which I guess is due to the higher local contrast. Everything including exposure settings were kept. ISO was 500, WB (262) was set to neutral colors.

M246                                                                                                                                   M262

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And another part from the same shot. See especially the scratches at the bottle. Also there is a more sudden/harsher change from grey to black in the M262 image, see top left of the bottle.

M246                                                                                                                    M262

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