Helicon Focus is a program that creates one perfectly focused image from several partially focused images. The program is designed for optic microscope image processing to cope with the shallow depth-of-field problem.Helicon Focus can also be used in macrophotography. The program can automatically adjust and resize images to combine the perfectly focused image
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TiffCombine Combines several pages into one tiff file. TiffCombine is easy-to-use and has a transparent
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Version: 4.80 Released: Jun, 16 2009 License: Shareware, $30.00 Expires: Expires after 30 Days
File size: 23,094 K Platforms: Windows XP/2000 Downloads: 68
Helicon Focus is a program that creates one perfectly focused image from several partially focused images. The program is designed for optic microscope image processing and macrophotography to cope with the shallow depth-of-field problem