To Jack Phipps,
>The real application for Digital ROC is for faded images. Check out:
>http://www.asf.com/products/roc/filmROC.shtml where there is a picture of an
>old car before and after Digital ROC. It is also helpful when you have
>unusual lighting (tungsten or fluorescent).
I'd appreciate a weaker setting on my Nikon IV too. When I used ROC on a
tungsten exposed Kodak Max400 negative, I got too much blue noise. The
color was much better, but with a little too much blue.
I would like the default setting of ROC to be off. I use GEM a lot, but I
have to turn ROC off for nearly all my scans.