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panchromatic

Photog (of an emulsion or film) made sensitive to all colours by the addition of suitable dyes to the emulsion

panchromatic

[¦pan·krə′mad·ik]
(graphic arts)
Of a photographic emulsion, film, or plate, sensitive to all wavelengths within the visible spectrum, though not uniformly so.

panchromatic

In photography, it means sensitive to light of all colors, as with a film or plate emulsion.
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The use of intensity-hue-saturation transformations for merging SPOT5 panchromatic and multi-spectral image data.
a panchromatic image of IKONOS and that of Resurs DK-1 covering the first test area (121 square kilometres) situated in the centre of Warsaw with flat terrain,
While a number of archaeological users have taken advantage of the declassification of high-resolution (sub 2-3m) panchromatic military photography, such as the American Corona and Russian KVR missions (e.
A multi-spectral SPOT 2 image and a panchromatic one were also acquired during the crisis.
A dress rehearsal (top) of a panto or Christmas show at the Coventry Theatre photographed by C M Barlow' (above) a dress rehearsal of Babes in the Wood in 1951 and (right) a night shot of the Opera House using the-then new panchromatic film.
Aerial photographs use several types of film: black and white panchromatic and true-color film, which are sensitive to reflected light--like film for a 35mm camera; and infrared films, which are sensitive both to visible light and to reflected infrared light, invisible to the human eye.
com/research/1021b9/a_panchromatic_vie) has announced the addition of John Wiley and Sons Ltd's new book "A Panchromatic View of Galaxies" to their offering.
The high resolution imager on board the DMC3 satellites, was designed to provide 1 metre ground sampling distance (GSD) in panchromatic mode, and 4 metres of GSD in multispectral mode, with a swath width of 23.
The satellite's optical camera has a one-metre panchromatic resolution and a four-metre multi-spectral resolution.
This panchromatic and multispectral satellite, which weighs 300 kg and measures 1.
Operating at an expected altitude of 617 km, WorldView-3 collects imagery with 31 cm panchromatic resolution, 1.
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