BS ISO 12232:2019+A1:2020 - Photography. Digital still cameras. Determination of exposure index, ISO speed ratings, standard output sensitivity, and recommended exposure index

BS ISO 12232:2019+A1:2020

Photography. Digital still cameras. Determination of exposure index, ISO speed ratings, standard output sensitivity, and recommended exposure index

Status : Current   Published : February 2019

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Standard NumberBS ISO 12232:2019+A1:2020
TitlePhotography. Digital still cameras. Determination of exposure index, ISO speed ratings, standard output sensitivity, and recommended exposure index
StatusCurrent
Publication Date08 February 2019
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)ISO 7589:2002, ITU-R BT.709, ISO 14524
Informative References(Provided for Information)ISO 5800, ISO 31-0, ISO 2240, ISO 2721, IEC 61966-2-1, ISO 7187, ISO/TR 19263-1, IEC 61146-1, ISO/TR 17321-3, ISO 10157, ISO 5763, ISO/TS 19264-1, ISO 2720, ISO 6
ReplacesBS ISO 12232:2006
International RelationshipsISO 12232:2019/Amd.1:2020
Amended ByAmendment, July 2020
Draft Superseded By19/30401306 DC
DescriptorsExposure time, Photographic materials, Equations, Colour photography, Illuminance, Testing conditions, Digital signals, Photographic film, Computer storage devices, Test equipment, Signal-to-noise ratio, Photography, Still photographic film, Film speeds, Cameras, Monochrome photography, Tables (data), Electronic equipment and components, Sensitometry, Ratings
ICS37.040.10
Title in FrenchPhotographie. Appareils de prises de vue numériques. Détermination de l'indice d'exposition, des régimes de vitesse ISO, de la sensibilité normale de sortie et de l'indice d'exposition recommandé
CommitteeCPW/42
ISBN978 0 539 06117 8
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages34
File Size2.422 MB
Price£214.00


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