For photographers who love working in black and white, there are certain cameras that are really suited for the task. This interesting comparison compares two dedicated Leica monochrome digital cameras to a Fuji camera using a black and white profile and a classic Leica film camera.
Coming to you from Denae and Andrew, this fun comparison looks at the Leica M Monochrom Typ 240, Leica M Monochrom Typ 246, Leica M3, and Fuji X-T3 using its black and white film simulation. Leica's Monochrom cameras are designed specifically for black and white shooting, as they don't even have the capability to shoot in color. The M3 is a classic Leica film camera. And of course, the Fuji X-T3 is a more standard modern digital camera, but it comes with Fuji's much lauded film simulations, including the Acros film simulation. Of course, you might argue that buying a camera that can't even shoot in color is a silly extravagance, but for those that shoot exclusively in black and white and think purely in terms of tonality, the improvements can be worth it. Of course, using one of Fuji's generally beloved film simulations can also be a good middle choice. Check out the video above for the full rundown.