1 June 1983 Automated Method For Making Microfiche From Roll Microfilm
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An automated method for making microfiche from roll microfilm is described. The system, called a composing reducing camera (CRC), accepts unperforated 35 mm negative microfilm. A servo-controlled film transport introduces the film, one frame at a time, into a filming gate. An integrating sphere, for uniform illumination, and a xenon flashlamp "freeze" the frame for high resolution imaging. Introduction of a mirror into the optical system permits any frame to be displayed on a television monitor. Provided with a keyboard, an operator may, with the aid of a photocomposer, automatically title the micro-fiche. A complete fiche may be recorded at filming rates up to 8 frames per second in any desired microfiche format.
David Grafton, Robert K. Hunter, H. D. Wolpert, Joseph Lander, Lauren Merritt, "Automated Method For Making Microfiche From Roll Microfilm," Optical Engineering 22(3), 223354 (1 June 1983). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.7973118 . Submission:
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