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11 December 1984 Computer Controlled Operation Of Reconnaissance Cameras
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Reconnaissance Cameras are now controlled by real-time computer/microprocessor systems. The processor may control the camera stabilization and scanning, autofocus, exposure control and data annotation functions. Operator interface may be minimal with a simple control panel or quite extensive with sophisticated display/keypad subsystems. Target selection may be controlled by an operator or the camera may be automatically driven by the processor system using a predetermined mission profile updated by aircraft flight data.
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Ruth Lyon, Anne Biener, and Frank Palazzo "Computer Controlled Operation Of Reconnaissance Cameras", Proc. SPIE 0496, Airborne Reconnaissance VIII, (11 December 1984); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.944415
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