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Black & White shots from Nikon D80

Is there any benefit in shooting on the B&W setting rather than just desaturating colour images on the computer? I know B&W film has much better exposure tolerance than colour film but doubt if the same applies to digital capture.

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You would be better off shooting in regular mode and converting to B&W using photoshop

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