Nikon Coolpix 990, 995, 880, 885 & new 4500 (CP-ISOR) noise reducer

There are several ways to reduce noise from ISO 100, ISO 200 and ISO 400 and ISO 800* Coolpix 990, 995, 880, 885 & 4500 images. The trick is to reduce as much noise as possible while keeping most of detail and sharpness intact.

These Photoshop actions work exclusively with Nikon Coolpix 990/995, 880/885 & new 4500 jpeg or tiff files. They are optimized to reduce or in some cases completely eliminate noise from normal/high images, while retaining most detail and sharpness. They are also much faster than any noise reduction currently available. (compatible with Photoshop's batch mode).

All cp-isoR actions are compatible with Photoshop 5.0, 5.5, 6.0, 7 or higher (PC and MAC) Currently not compatible with PhotoshopLE and Elements.

 

All images were taken at the same location with a tripod and self-timer. No manipulation was made to the images prior performing the actions. The samples are crops from the 100% image.

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cp-iso400R (for ISO 400 images)

ISO 400 images show a tremendous amount of noise. For that reason, some photographers never use it. When running the new cp-iso400R action, you can rescue those ISO 400 shots, and produce professional quality images.

 

cp-iso400R comparison: BEFORE AND AFTER

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cp-iso200R (for ISO 200 images)

ISO 200 images show a considerable amount of noise in low light conditions. When running the new cp-iso200R action, you can make those ISO200 shots useable and produce professional quality images at this ISO sensitivity.

cp-iso200R comparison: BEFORE AND AFTER

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cp-iso100R (for ISO 100 images)

ISO 100 already provides relatively clean images with small amounts of noise when shot in normal light conditions. However, when shooting in low light there is a possibility that ISO 100 images could have a noticeable amount of noise in the shadows (noticeable in prints). This smart action will ONLY reduce noise when necessary. Therefore, you can safely run cp-iso100R with all your ISO 100 images, and not have to worry about loosing precious detail. It also works in Photoshop batch mode, which is a great timesaver for professionals who want to clean up a large quantity of pictures all at once.

cp-iso100R comparison: BEFORE AND AFTER

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cp-iso800R (for ISO 800 images)

ISO 800 images show extremely large amounts of noise. For that reason, some photographers never use it. When running the new cp-iso800R action, you can rescue those ISO 800 shots, and produce acceptable quality images.

cp-iso800R comparison: BEFORE AND AFTER

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