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Old Jun 30, 2006, 10:48 PM   #1
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The last post about this, as far as I can tell dates back to 2003-2004 and each of these programs have been modified and improved since then. Of these three, which is the easiest to use and the most effective, especially for Panasonic images. I am seriously considering Neat Image Home Edition +, but is the Pro+ edition worth the extra $$$. Thanks.
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I, personally use NeatImage, mainly because I'm used to the controls and the interface. With properly built profiles it does a great job in reducing noise. I haven't tried any of the other options, so I can't comment
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Thanks blr. Which edition do you use? There is a rather big jump in price from the Home Edition Plus to the Pro Plus, and I wonder if the Home Edition + will be enough.
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I went with Noise Ninja after reading reviews on several forums including Luminous Landscape. I have the latest version and I'm very happy with it. I shoot mainly sports and night games and some gyms requre ISO 3200, couldn't get a good print without Noise Ninja. This is with a Canon 20D (great low light camera anyway) and a Mark II N (Not so great low noise IMHO).

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I am wondering too for rankings noise software from professionals.
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Thanks blr. Which edition do you use? There is a rather big jump in price from the Home Edition Plus to the Pro Plus, and I wonder if the Home Edition + will be enough.
I bought the Home Edition Plus 'cause I didn't need the unlimited batch size or 16-bit compatibility. Most pro-sumer photographers don't work in 16-bit and usually have fewer than 50 photos to de-noise in one sitting. You definately want the "plus" version if you work in Photoshop (or similar) since you can de-noise only selected areas if you so desire.
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