duplicating film


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duplicating film

[′düp·lə‚kād·iŋ ‚film]
(graphic arts)
A special color film used for making copies of color transparencies to size so that they can be stripped together and color-separated as a single unit.
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Aerial imaging products include camera and duplicating films in black-and-white, infrared and color for topographical and structural surveys, GIS, mapping, agriculture, environmental protection, photogrammetry, land management and urban planning.
The centerpiece of DIN 6868 is Part 55, "Image Quality Assurance in X-Ray Diagnosis," which covers test methods for "blue and ultraviolet-sensitive, as well as orthochromatic screen films, fluoroscopic films, duplicating films, films for photography from monitors and films for cineradiography" (DIN 6868, Part 55, February 1992).