BS 1384-1:1985, ISO 5-1:1984 - Photographic density measurements. Guide for terms, symbols and notations

BS 1384-1:1985, ISO 5-1:1984

Photographic density measurements. Guide for terms, symbols and notations

Status : Withdrawn, Superseded   Published : June 1985 Replaced By : BS ISO 5-1:2009

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Defines terms, symbols and notations providing a system for describing methods of measuring or specifying the transmission and reflection properties of photographic materials.




Standard NumberBS 1384-1:1985, ISO 5-1:1984
TitlePhotographic density measurements. Guide for terms, symbols and notations
StatusWithdrawn, Superseded
Publication Date28 June 1985
Confirm Date01 August 2007
Withdrawn Date30 April 2010
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)No other standards are normatively referenced
Informative References(Provided for Information)No other standards are informatively referenced
Replaced ByBS ISO 5-1:2009
ReplacesBS 1384:1947
International RelationshipsISO 5-1:1984
Draft Superseded By79/62847 DC
DescriptorsPhotography, Density measurement, Photographic materials, Radiometry, Densitometric analysis, Radiant flux density, Transmittance, Reflectance factor, Optical measurement, Optical properties of materials, Definitions, Symbols, Equations, Graphic representation, Photometry (light measurement), Terminology
ICS37.040.01
Title in FrenchDensité photographique. Principes directeurs pour termes, symboles et notations
Title in GermanOptische Dichte. Leitfaden fuer Begriffe, Symbole und Bezeichnungen
CommitteeCPW/42
ISBN0 580 14334 1
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryNo
Pages16
File Size433.4 KB
Price£130.00


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