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Nikon D850 monochrome: Creating a Color Image from Monochrome Using Filters

I tried creating a color image from a monochrome camera (the Nikon D850 monochrome). The technique works, but movement is problematic, just as with pixel shift—and yet better in avoiding checkerboarding

Nikon D850 monochrome: Creating a Color Image from Monochrome Using Filters

The monochrome sensor and its freedom from debayering reveal the native performance of the lens without any intervening software behaviors. Assembling a color image this way has some creative potential for several reasons including that the color filters used can cover distinct areas of the spectral band, versus most color cameras, which overlap the R/G/B spectral absorption.

f6.3 @ 2.0 sec electronic shutter, ISO 31; 2019-10-03 17:57:24
NIKON D850 monochrome + Zeiss Milvus 135mm f/2
ENV: Pine Creek Tungsten Mine, altitude 9200 ft / 2804 m, 55°F / 12°C
RAW: pull 0.8 stops, -100 Highlights
3 monochrome frames with R/G/B filters

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