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[filmscanners] Re: New Polaroid Software

  • To: lexa@lexa.ru
  • Subject: [filmscanners] Re: New Polaroid Software
  • From: "" <Bobgoldstein@aol.com>
  • Date: Sun, 24 Mar 2002 20:03:41 EST
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FWIW, I have used Polacolor Insight's current dust removal and it works
well on the normal few specks on an otherwise clean piece of film.
Fortunately I am not trying to restore old negatives...

This is of course the current product (5.5) and not the new stuff in beta.

On 3/24/02 2:56 PM, filmscanners@halftone.co.uk said:

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>There have been posts recently about the forthcoming software based
>dust removal utility from Polaroid which is currently in beta testing.  Now
>I'm assuming that the beta testers on the list are bound by non-
>disclosure agreements but I'm curious if anyone can comment on the
>following aspects of it:
>Defects.  ICE is good at not only removing dust but also scratches,
>fungus damage, watermarks etc.  Is the Polaroid software designed just
>to deal with dust or can it cope with a range of defects as well?  And
>(the big question) has anyone compared it side by side with ICE?
>Price/Compatability.  (One for David at Polaroid, I guess.) Is this going
>to be a standalone add-in which can be used on any scanner or is it
>going to be a "unique selling point" for Polaroid scanners only?  If the
>latter, is it going to be part of the standard upgrade path for Insight or is
>it going to be value added extra?
>Al Bond
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