1 January 1965 Image Motion and Resolution For Air-To-Air Photography
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The resolution and blur due to image motion for air-to-air photography are discussed. Analyses involving range, relative velocities, miss distances, focal lengths, exposure times, angular rates and lens-film resolution capabilities are presented, Equations are derived for resolution and image blur due to linear and/or angular motions. Curves and nomograms are presented which permit determination of the parameters.
Irving J. Spiro, Irving J. Spiro, } "Image Motion and Resolution For Air-To-Air Photography," Optical Engineering 3(2), 030250 (1 January 1965). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.7971311 . Submission:
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