The Nikon P300 has been released, and since it joins the same class of cameras as the ones I used in the Grainy Black and White Challenge, I’ll add an image from the Nikon P300 using its High-Contrast Monochrome setting.
The previous cameras that I used to compare their grainy black and white settings included the Olympus XZ-1, the Canon S95, and the Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX5.
Here is the entry from the P300. To get to this setting, you set the mode dial to Scene Mode, go to Special Effects, and set it for High-Contrast Monochrome.
Nikon P300 – High-Contrast Monochrome
See the the Grainy Black and White Challenge post for more info, and have a look at a larger version of the image on Flickr.