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Maximum image quality with SilverFast
Ralf Jurrien : May 1st 2007 - 18:50 CET
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SilverFastMaximum image quality with SilverFast Software : Professional photographers are well aware: the quality of an image is determined by its dynamic range. LaserSoft Imaging, Incorporated has thus developed SilverFast Multi-Exposure for the scanning of film material (e.g. slides). The multiple exposure with SilverFast Multi-Exposure ensures a maximum image dynamic and significantly reduces image noise. 6.5, the latest version of the software, reveals even the finest nuances in highlights and shadows. Unlike conventional multi-sampling, SilverFast Multi-Exposure scans the original image with different exposures. That way, the dynamic range of customary flatbed scanners is increased by up to seven times.
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Thus, SilverFast scans cover the entire contrast range of modern slide films. Nowadays, even slide film designed for private use have a contrast range of up to eight f-stops. “Multi-Exposure is a unique solution that even allows private users to work on a high-end level”, explains Karl-Heinz Zahorsky, founder and president of LaserSoft Imaging. “Thanks to SilverFast Multi-Exposure, common scanners can now produce high quality images that even match up to state-of-the-art drum scanners.”

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Founded by the physicist Karl-Heinz Zahorsky in 1986, LaserSoft Imaging AG, SilverFast is now established as the world-wide standard for scan software, while SilverFastHDR and SilverFastDCPro have become well-known software applications to work with RAW data of scanners and digital cameras. SilverFast is bundled by many well known hardware manufacturers such as Canon, Epson, HP, Microtek, Pentacon, Plustek, Quatographic, Reflecta, Samsung, Umax and many others. Currently, there are more than 1,5 million installations of SilverFast world wide. After 20 years of successful development, Silverfast 6.5 is sure to be another milestone of convincing quality and productivity.

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