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Old Jul 20, 2006, 8:33 AM   #11
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Hi Roy. Do these look noisy on your monitor? They're quite clean on mine and I saw them on another monitor and they looked fine too. I didn't bother to use NR. Do you use a LCD for a monitor. I know the one I use at work shows a lot more grain than the CRT's I've used. Maybe I use a higher resolution setting. Mine is set at 1024 X 768. What's your resolution set at?...Don.

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don, these are as nice as the other ones but i think you need a noise reduction done..

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I've got a LCD screen, high resolution setting, and I agree with Roy. Try some NR and let us see if there's a difference!

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Edit: there's more grain in the first two than in the third.

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I am using an LG CRT monitor and I notice that the background does show some noise.

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Old Jul 20, 2006, 9:56 AM   #14
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Hi Roy. Do these look noisy on your monitor? They're quite clean on mine and I saw them on another monitor and they looked fine too. I didn't bother to use NR. Do you use a LCD for a monitor. I know the one I use at work shows a lot more grain than the CRT's I've used. Maybe I use a higher resolution setting. Mine is set at 1024 X 768. What's your resolution set at?...Don.

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don, these are as nice as the other ones but i think you need a noise reduction done..

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i'm using a viewsonic 19''crt. yes, they show quite a bit of noise. i noticed it in the other thread as well. i've also got an older philips 19'' and it shows noise also. i agree with kjell about the first 2 are worse than the last.


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Hi Roy. I use a Samsung monitor too. 950b. It has a tight dot pitch. I want to get their latest one-it has a .19 dot pitch as compared to this one at .21. Anyway, I ran a light NR on these. What do you think? Is it better to run a NR and loose a little detail, or leave as is. I usually leave as is. I don't mind a little grain in pictures......cheers...Don


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Hi Roy. Do these look noisy on your monitor? They're quite clean on mine and I saw them on another monitor and they looked fine too. I didn't bother to use NR. Do you use a LCD for a monitor. I know the one I use at work shows a lot more grain than the CRT's I've used. Maybe I use a higher resolution setting. Mine is set at 1024 X 768. What's your resolution set at?...Don.

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those look a lot better. i use noise ninja and it gises you the option to paint a mask over what you do not want to take detail out of. i've noticed a lot of times removing noise actually will sharpen the image.. i think my viewsonic's pitch is 22 , i really have to ck tho.

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Agree, theyimprove a lot after NR. (Not saying that they weren't good photos before)

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