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PostPosted: Fri May 22, 2009 10:01 pm 
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Can anyone recommend a good noise reduction software? I've used the trial version of Neat Image, and it's ok in my opinion. Names that keep popping up other than Neat Image are Noise Ninja, Topaz, and Noiseware. Any guidance is deeply appreciated! Thanks!

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Try the search button, there is one (maybe more) topic comparing them :)

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I did. There was one thread about Noise Ninja that Bob Anderson started a while ago, but there wasn't much participation. I am hoping that we'll get some more info together this time around.

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I used noise ninja, pretty good, but loss much of the details in auto mode.
I'm too lazy to customized it so that is so far i can share.

I think that Noise Reduction in camera body is better, but I think u need to shoot JPGs.

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All of them come with trials, so download them and have a go yourself. For what it's worth, I found Neat Image to suit my needs best.

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I use the Nik Software Plug-In Dfine 2.0. It has worked very good for me so far.

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