aerial film

aerial film

[′e·rē·əl ′film]
(graphic arts)
Specially designed roll film supplied in many lengths and widths, with various emulsion types, for use in aerial cameras.

aerial film

Specially designed roll film supplied in many lengths and widths and with various types of emulsions for use in aerial cameras.
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An eye-catching aerial film of the disused Log Flume at the Barry Island Pleasure Park sets the tone for many of the other videos produced by Crazy High.
It's quite a striking work in the peaceful park setting in south Warwickshire and can be seen alongside paintings in the gallery and an aerial film of the site.
He produced aerial film of burning houses and an area near the village of Izbica where 150 graves have appeared in the past few days.
All photography was taken with black-and-white aerial film.
Those of us who tuned into the nightly news will probably never forget aerial film footage of US pilots seemingly slam dunking smart bombs down smoke stacks.
In 2000, TLG teamed with an aerial film and video camera company, Flying Pictures Ltd.
Acceptable methods of data collection include ground based terrestrial photography and surveying techniques, digital and scanned aerial film imagery, matrix and push-broom digital airborne sensors, small- and medium-format metric cameras, close-range imagery, orthophotos, LiDAR, synthetic aperture radar, RPC satellites, or other technologies.
Well, the much-loved hot air balloon has gone (though you can still see an aerial film of the region as if you are in one).
We were honored to have been featured with such a great group of people and companies, and to show people what the future of aerial film making looks like," said Chase Heavener, President and Aerial Pilot for Fiction.
Other speakers will include Sue Wharton, WH Smith's director of trading and innovation, and Colin Prescot, aerial film photographer and hot air balloonist who has worked on James Bond films.
In 1998, Kodak teamed with Tobin to market aerial film products in Russia and the LARIS contract represents another important step in growing this emerging market," said Dan Brake, general manager of Aerial Imaging, a business center within Kodak's Commercial & Government Systems (C&GS) unit.
Kodak plays a vital role in bringing SPIN-2 images to the marketplace by providing aerial film and equipment for duplication of the satellite film and by converting the satellite film images into enhanced, geo-processed digital images.

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