Moderator; If this is in wrong spot kick me out, it has to do with a concept of how to better my analog B&W image taking, and couldn't really see it in Hybrid, despite the red warning notice.. which we give two thumbs up, but want analog participation, and couldn't decide where to put it, soooo we leave it to you. Is there anyone who uses a D camera to pre visualize thier B&W shots before shooting with their film camera? The reason I ask is, I've missed numerous shots with MF and 4x5 LF, because of my errors, and could only discover it after developing. I have an old purple something or other that I have tried in the past, but it never really worked for me in seeing the B&W tone difference in landscape shots. . Perhaps I'm looking for a magic bullet that doesn't exist, but wondered if others have had success with this concept! Background: My brother in law gave to me over two years ago, a Nikon D90 for some volunteer work in Texas, that needed quick jpg images to post on e-mail. Haven't used or thought about it since and its been collecting dust. But this change over to PHOTRIO got me thinking if we could use it to 'pre visualize' some shots in B&W, when using different filters in circumstances that in the past I have not exposed properly, or perhaps used the wrong filter for, in a particular shot and did not get the image of what we were trying to achieve. So we dug the D90 out, and it found it will take my four non auto Nikon 35mm lenses, and learned out how to shoot it in B&W manually, adjusting the ISO for the speed where shooting in the film where using, and how to adjust the shutter ect. We tried it out, and where surprised and it looks like it could have possibilities in giving me clarity on my different filters and there response, but the question remains will it just be a PIA. Of course one has to try it out in the field to find out, but wondered if anyone else has tried it and likes it. Thanks for any responses..