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    What is the best way to attempt to reduce noise without losing too much detail?
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    I use neat image, the settings are adjustable which is great!
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    I use neat image as well, if you dont mind spending a bit, noiseware is a good program as well

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    I use noiseware.
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    I use the (free) community version of noiseware
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