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1 May 1974 Kodak Retnar Products For Minification Of Radiographs
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Proceedings Volume 0043, Application of Optical Instrumentation in Medicine II; (1974)
Event: Application of optical Instrumentation in Medicine II, 1973, Chicago, United States
KODAK RETNAR minification products have been developed to minify radiographs onto a film chip carried by an aperture card with mini-mum loss of diagnostic quality. Converting radiographs to aperture cards reduces storage requirements and adds the convenience of a miniature unit record. The products center around a new film developed for minifying radiographs. The film combines extended exposure scale and near unity contrast with a direct positive photographic response. A bright, efficient reader displays the film's broad density range. A camera-processor exposes a radiograph at a 12.5 reduction on the camera card film, processes and dries the film while mounted in the card, and prints eye-readable information on the card. This unit can be operated by clerical personnel in a typical file room or office environment.
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James V. Nealon "Kodak Retnar Products For Minification Of Radiographs", Proc. SPIE 0043, Application of Optical Instrumentation in Medicine II, (1 May 1974);


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