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20 February 1987 Softcopy Versus Hardcopy
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In most of the existing reconnaissance systems, the film is used as a storage medium. But more and more the photointerpreter processes the film information with the help of digital image displays. As the sensors are more and more digital or at least electronic, the film appears to be just an intermediate step, with many shortcomings. Going into completely digital systems seen to be very promising, but not very easy to do right now in respect to some operational needs.
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Pierre Demathieu "Softcopy Versus Hardcopy", Proc. SPIE 0694, Airborne Reconnaissance X, (20 February 1987); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.936779
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