Granularity - Photographic Film

Photographic Film

In photography, granularity is a measure of film grain. It is measured using a particular standard procedure but in general a larger number means the grains of silver are larger and there are fewer grains in a given area.

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1884 In Film - Events
... inventor George Eastman begins experimenting with new types of photographic film, with his employee, William Walker 1882 - French physiologist √Čtienne-Jules Marey invents the chronophotographic gun, a camera ... invent a sensitized celluloid base roll photographic film to replace the glass plates then in use. 1887 - Hannibal Goodwin files for a patent for his photographic film ...
Fujicolor - Products - Photographic Film
... Motion picture film stock ... Fujichrome color reversal (slide) films ... Velvia one of the most saturated and fine-grained slide films, valued by nature and landscape photographers ...
19th Century In Film - Events
... emulsion-coating machine which enables the mass-production of photographic dry plates ... inventor George Eastman begins experimenting with new types of photographic film, with his employee, William Walker 1882 - French physiologist √Čtienne-Jules Marey invents ... and Hannibal Goodwin each invent a sensitized celluloid base roll photographic film to replace the glass plates then in use ...
Kodak
... EKDKQ), commonly known as Kodak, is an American multinational imaging and photographic equipment, materials and services company headquartered in Rochester, New York, United States and incorporated in New Jersey ... Kodak is best known for photographic film products ... During most of the 20th century Kodak held a dominant position in photographic film, and in 1976 had a 90% market share of photographic film sales ...
Photographic Film - DX Codes
... Film manufacturers commonly make film that is branded by other companies ... Modern films have bar codes (DX codes) on the edge of the film which can be read by a bar code reader ... This is because film is sometimes processed differently according to specifications of the film, determined by its manufacturer the bar code is entered into the film ...

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