film size

film size

[′film ‚sīz]
(graphic arts)
Generally, an indication of film width, for example, 16 millimeter, or 5 inch, 8 inch, and so forth.
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IWB John William Baker's slides (Moi) 135 Film size (35mm) TRN Film type (Transparency) FAM Category (Family) 0001 The sequence number
It also has been architected to seamlessly absorb the expected growth in film size based on increased frame rates, resolution, dynamic range and other emerging technologies.
For cases done with large film sizes, the measurement included the appropriate film size area with 20% allowance.
Metso will deliver three headboxes for the three-ply liner machine with a dilution profiling system for the back ply, a press section and a film size press.
This imager provides mammography-quality images with 508-dpi image resolution and offers dual film size.
The new model's automatic calibration feature provides consistent image quality, regardless of film size selected, while easy access to manual settings allows fine-tuning.
Her short film Size 'Em Up aired on Showtime and the Women's Entertainment Channel; her latest film, the forceful and undeniably compelling A Woman Reported .
This is because Mylar-based phototools common in PCB production are sensitive to temperature and moisture changes and these changes rapidly and dramatically change the film size.
In our market for packaging and displays, the demand for increased film size and quality has grown," said Chris Morrissey, vice president, sales and marketing, Sun Chemical (GPI).
IMAX film is 70 mm in length, with 15 sprockets on each edge--the largest film size created so far.
These chapters help the radiographer easily find the view, film size, tube angulation, positioning and other basic imaging factors necessary for common extremity and spine exams.