Definition of Panchromatic film
1. Noun. Photographic film sensitive to light of all colors (including red).
Panchromatic Film Pictures
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Panchromatic Film
Literary usage of Panchromatic film
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The American Amateur Photographer (1906)
"The panchromatic film, therefore, will be acted upon under the orange and violet elements, and the green elements will appear after fixation because the ..."
2. Wilson's Photographic Magazine (1908)
"... while the* violet and orange elements will transmit them. The panchromatic film, therefore, will be acted upon under the orange and violet elements, ..."
3. Behind the Motion-picture Screen by Austin Celestin Lescarboura (1919)
"In taking the new pictures the camera controls a single strip of panchromatic film—film whose emulsion is sensitive to all color rays—of standard width and ..."
4. Motion Picture Making and Exhibiting: A Comprehensive Volume Treating the by John B. Rathbun (1914)
"A film of this character, known as a "panchromatic" film, is generally obtained by treating an ordinary emulsion with a special sensitizing solution, ..."
5. How Motion Pictures are Made by Homer Croy (1918)
"A panchromatic film is exposed through a revolving color-wheel consisting of four segments, but it is projected through another color-filter containing two ..."
6. Optic Projection, Principles, Installation, and Use of the Magic Lantern by Simon Henry Gage, Henry Phelps Gage (1914)
"This was accomplished by using isochromatic or panchromatic film, and taking the pictures through colored screens, the first picture through a red, ..."
7. The Edison Monthly by New York Edison Company (1917)
"The pictures are taken on a panchromatic film and evolve the application of the scientific principles of light and optics. While the unaided eye sees in the ..."