Of course, the Monochrom sensor does come with some caveats. Typical DSLR raw files capture data in red, green, and blue channels. The final JPEG images can’t hold all of that information, but you can access it when you’re editing. So, if you blow out a sky by overexposing your image, you might be able to pull some of that detail back in with the raw file. That’s not the case with the Monochom, however, so it’s important to keep track of when you’re losing details in the highlights and the shadows because you probably can’t recover them.