film speed

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film speed

n
1. (Photography) the sensitivity to light of a photographic film, specified in terms of the film's ISO rating
2. (Film) the rate at which the film passes through a motion picture camera or projector
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However, the optimal length of expo sure is determined by a combination of film sensitivity, camera design, lens configuration, lighting and subject distance.
12GB) 1998 Philips LMS reaches milestone of 20,000 drives and media shipments of 500,000 12-inch optical platters 1999 In January, Plasmon acquires Philips LMS 1999 In July, Plasmon acquires 12-inch automation business from Cygnet 1999 Fourth Quarter, Plasmon LMS ships fourth generation 12-inch Optical Drive (third generation with dual head), capacity 30GB Life Expectancy Potential for Data Normal Conditions Extreme Conditions Phase Change Write a ->c unwritten thin 1mW change in write 1mW change in write film sensitivity after 100 sensitivity after 2000 years hours @ 70[degrees]C 85% R.
Film teaches about film sensitivity to light and which speed film to use in various light situations.