ultrafiche


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ultrafiche

[′əl·trə‚fēsh]
(graphic arts)
A sheet of film, usually 4 by 6 inches (10 by 15 centimeters) in size, containing either negative or positive images, or frames, of printed material reduced more than 100 times by photographic reduction.
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ultrafiche

Pronounced "ultra feesh." A microfiche that holds up to 1,000 document pages per 4x6" sheet of film. Normal microfiche stores around 270 pages.
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