Monochrome vs. color resolution?

Started Jan 23, 2013 | Questions thread
Timj351
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Re: Monochrome vs. color resolution?
In reply to RedorBlack, Jan 23, 2013

You mean you're haveing a little problem with fog down there? I was almost driving by brail last night around east of Kent.

If I were you I would shoot in Raw at 24x optical resolution on a tripod at ISO 100. I understand that you can digitally zoom in Raw using i-Zoom and get a nice cropped Raw file to work with as well, though I have not done that myself yet. Then I would process the raw files in Silkypix or ACR and then convert to B&W after that. I think these steps would give you the most information to work with if you need the ultimate resolution from the camera. Stacking your files can give you additional resolution too.

Here is a thread I started that has to do with stacking files from the FZ200 that  you might find interesting. It's regarding high ISO files but it would work just as well on low ISO files too. I hope this helps.

-Tim

http://forums.dpreview.com/forums/thread/3345259

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