Monochrome2DNG Beta 0.9

What's New in Monochrome2DNG Beta 0.9.0.25

  • Mosaic suppression: method to be used to suppress grid-like artifacts resulting from non-uniform sensor response:
  • Method A: faster, but can't suppress uneven grid pattern well enough;
  • Method B: slower, useful for uneven grid pattern.

Method A was in use with previous versions, and it was the only available there, hence no selector was present in the Preferences. Method A is useful when the grid-like mosaic artifacts are spatially uniform. Some camera/lens combinations, however, may produce spatially non-uniform grid patterns, so we added Method B * to suppress such artifacts too. Neither method involves filtering or blurring, they are based on flat field-type corrections.

Monochrome2DNG Beta 0.9

Mosaic Pattern, Worst-Case Scenario - Spatially Non-Uniform Grid

Monochrome2DNG. No Mosaic Pattern Suppression

Monochrome2DNG. 300% zoom. Mosaic Pattern Suppression disabled

Monochrome2DNG. Mosaic Pattern Suppression Mode. Method A

Monochrome2DNG. 300% zoom. Mosaic Pattern Suppression enabled, Method A

Monochrome2DNG. Mosaic Pattern Suppression Mode. Method B

Monochrome2DNG. 300% zoom. Mosaic Pattern Suppression enabled, Method B

Where to Control It?

Monochrome2DNG. Pattern Suppression Modes Preferences

1. On the main application's window check the box "Suppress mosaic pattern"

2. In the Preferences choose the option from the drop-down menu "Mosaic Suppression"

Read more about application Monochrome2DNG.

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This beta will expire on November 1, 2018

Getting in touch with us

This is a beta version, and it’s important to us to know your thoughts and suggestions.

* Please contact us with any samples where you still see artifacts (at 100% or less on the screen, or on prints) using Method B.

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