20 Feb Comparing Fuji Acros To Olympus Monochrome; How Do They Differ?
Source: Fujifilm Insider
In the post for February 15, 2017, I explored the idea of matching color palates between two specific camera that I own, the Fuji X-T2 and the Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark II. I wondered whether or not the color palates could be matched or whether their basic engineering and sensors rendered colors so differently and unique that it would be unlikely to do so. You can read that post here.
An extension of those thoughts was comparing the black and white palates of both cameras, specifically Fuji Acros and Olympus Monochrome.
Before I received my X-T2 last September, I read and read and read about how wonderful the Acros film simulation was in the Fuji X-Trans III cameras. Being a lover of black and white photography, when I received my X-T2, I found myself choosing the Acros film simulation and liking it very much. Skip to now…
Comparing Fuji Acros To Olympus Monochrome; How Do They Differ? posted on Fujifilm Insider on .