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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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In first step, panchromatic (PAN) and multispectral (MS) are transformed into CIELab color space to get different color components.
The highest deviations in relation to the mean in the values of the parameters (RGB, HSV and panchromatic image) were observed in the samples totally dried or close to saturation.
red, green, blue, and near infrared) and a panchromatic band.
Among several recording media, the panchromatic silver halide materials with ultrafine grain have some advantages, such as high-diffraction efficiency, resolution (10000 lp/mm), high signal-to-noise ratio (SNR), high sensitivity in wide visible spectral range, low light scattering and a grain size with a normal distribution around 10nm.
To modify the "I" image, the relationship between the relative spectral response of multi-spectral and panchromatic sensors of the THEOS data is considered.
The acquisition of image data by Resurs DK-1 sensors is realized in panchromatic mode P (0.
The two images from VHR data used in this research were from Quickbird-2 (dated 15 July 2004): a panchromatic image with spatial resolution of 0.
In 1928, working with his sons, Max perfected his Panchromatic make-up, which allowed the movie industry to take full advantage of the new, more sensitive, Panchromatic (black and white) film.
IKONOS satellite is launched with 90cm resolution in panchromatic.
Holm was pointing out the differences in shading between orthochromatic and panchromatic film, but I think the corollary is "old photos may be staged so they could fib a little too".
The sensor will support the simultaneous co-registered collection of color, color-infrared and panchromatic imagery for both Pixxures and Landiscor's operations and provide a base for value-added products.
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