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    How about Imagenomic Noiseware ? It does not iron the image as Noise Ninja does, keeps much more details and a very good noise reduction. 70 USD is not that
    Message 1 of 5 , May 7, 2010
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      How about Imagenomic Noiseware ?
      It does not "iron" the image as Noise Ninja does, keeps much more details
      and a very good noise reduction.
      70 USD is not that cheap, Noise Ninja is 35 USD but TOPAZ is about the same
      (80 USD).
      But there is a difference in the pixel depth then.

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      Mike

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      Betreff: [PanoToolsNG] Re: New Topaz De-Noise



      It works great, I agree!

      The only drawback - it is much slower than Noise Ninja.

      --- In PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com, "Roger D. Williams" <roger@...> wrote:
      >
      > I have less need for noise reduction now that I have a Pentax K-x,
      > but I have been impressed with the latest version of Topaz software's
      > De-Noise plugin. It is on special offer until the end of this month,
      > and seems to be well worth the discounted price (app. US$50). I have
      > tried quite a few noise-reduction programs, and usually decided that
      > I preferred the noisy image to the processed one, but Topaz has
      > changed my mind. It leaves details unchanged, keeps edges sharp, and
      > removes grain/noise from smooth plane surfaces where it is most
      > noticeable.
      >
      > I am thinking it could rejuvenate my early panoramas taken on film,
      > many of which suffered from obvious grain (I used 400 and 800 ASA
      > emulsions). <y first DSLR, the D200, also had too much noise for my
      > taste at ISO-equivalent speeds over 400, so I'll be revisiting some
      > of my D200 panoramas.
      >
      > Try it, you may like it.
      >
      > Roger W.
      >
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