The Electronics of Film (1979)

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  • Featuring

    Frank Duncan

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    United Kingdom

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    Non Fiction


Made for the 11th International Television Symposium at Montreux and explains the working and structure of modern colour film. Produced for the benefit of the electronics engineeer wishing to know more about film, using only the language of the engineer. Film, being a solid state device, is compared to electronic devices, like the C.C.D. Intended for senior electronic engineers in television not yet acquainted with film technology and for anybody engaged in photography.

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