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ISO 5-1

Photography and graphic technology — Density measurements — Part 1: Geometry and functional notation

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Organization: ISO
Publication Date: 1 December 2009
Status: active
Page Count: 24
ICS Code (Image technology (Vocabularies)): 01.040.37
ICS Code (Photography in general): 37.040.01
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This part of ISO 5 establishes terms, symbols, functional notations and a coordinate system to describe geometric and spectral conditions for the measurement of the degree to which a specimen modulates radiant flux for applications in photography, graphic technology, and radiometry.

This part of ISO 5 primarily provides a system for describing methods of measuring or specifying the transmission and reflection properties of photographic and graphic arts materials. The geometric and spectral conditions associated with such measurement are specified in ISO 5-2, ISO 5-3 and ISO 5-4.

Document History

ISO 5-1
December 1, 2009
Photography and graphic technology — Density measurements — Part 1: Geometry and functional notation
This part of ISO 5 establishes terms, symbols, functional notations and a coordinate system to describe geometric and spectral conditions for the measurement of the degree to which a specimen...
March 1, 1984
Photography - Density Measurements - Part 1: Terms, Symbols and Notations
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