The Windows version of the Kodak DCS Host TWAIN Data Source v5.9.
You can view and select the proprietary TIFF images in thumbnail or single-image preview format. On the right is a window that displays all the embedded camera and exposure information for any selected image.
There are many options available that can be applied to the images before acquiring them into a Windows application or copying them to a directory on the hard drive.
You can change the white balance in case you used the wrong one at time of capture or use an eyedropper for one-click white point setting "on the fly." Images may be rotated or you can change the EV value +/- 2.0. Any attached audio notations may be played back as well.
See the next screen for additional preferences and processing settings.
Here are the preferences screens for the DCS TWAIN module. This is where
you set the desired amount of sharpening, turn the noise reduction on/off, set the
image resolution (dpi) value and the type of color procesing required.
Copying the image data from the memory card (in the camera, a card reader or
from a hard drive folder) and optionally converting the TIFF format to a
finished JPEG file. JPEG images can be compressed as Good, Better or Best quality
and Good (50%), Better (67%) or Best (100%) size.
The cropping dialogue box, note you can freehand crop or to a given size
and also set an optional aspect ratio. You can check the box at the bottom if
using the DCS 620x in tethered mode and it will auto-crop all newly acquired images.
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