process camera


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process camera

[′prä‚səs ‚kam·rə]
(optics)
Large camera used to produce materials for reproduction in printing; permits a large range of enlargement and reduction.
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Before that, Williams had to take the three color printers from the old LaserPhoto printer and shoot them on a process camera, turning each according to a chart he had devised to achieve different screen angles that would avoid moire.
The course is flexible, so tht can be done, but I have found many students want to continue on to the second semester and learn more about layout and design, the darkroom, and the process camera. The course now offers to high school students (they must be 16 years or older to enroll) the fulfillment of three graduation-subject requirements: art, computer technology, and career education.
Process cameras installed in the refinery caught some images."

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