Photographer performs sensor surgery to turn his DSLR into a black-and-white only shooter



Trying to get your sensor as sharp as humanly possible seems to be a major theme in photography these days. Manufacturers produce the likes of the Nikon D800E, with its removed anti-aliasing filter for sharper images, or the black-and-white only Leica M Monochrom. Photographer Lasse Beyer took a page out of Leica's book, and modified his old Olympus E-500 to give it a new, black-and-white sensor without a Bayer Filter, in the hopes of getting even sharper photos.

Beyer lays out the intricate process on his website. The…

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via Imaging Resource News Page


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