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Re: filmscanners: Nikon 8000ED




Jack Phillips Stated:

Paul--
Be sure you check out Digital ROC and Digital GEM as part of your
comparison. I've been using Digital ROC on normally exposed images with
a wide dynamic range
where part of the image I'm interested in is over/under exposed with
great results. It is also very helpful on my over/under exposed images
(unfortuntately I have too many of
these) :(. Also, I can use 400 or 800 speed film and about get the same
results as using 100 speed film by applying Digital ROC. It works on
black and white images as
well. It is really interesting how it removes the noise without blurring
the film.
 
I'd like to hear about your experiences too.
 
Jack Phipps
Applied Science Fiction

Jack, I was wondering is ASF has any intention of unbundling GEM and ROC
from the D-ICE cube package, and if they might be made available as
add-on software plug ins at some point in the future, or do licensing
agreements with your D-ICE licensees not allow for this?

Art





 




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