orthochromatic


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or·tho·chro·mat·ic

 (ôr′thō-krō-măt′ĭk)
adj. Photography
1. Of, relating to, or accurately reproducing the colors of the subject.
2. Sensitive to all colors except red: orthochromatic film.

or′tho·chro′ma·tism (-krō′mə-tĭz′əm) n.

orthochromatic

(ˌɔːθəʊkrəʊˈmætɪk)
adj
(Photography) photog of or relating to an emulsion giving a rendering of relative light intensities of different colours that corresponds approximately to the colour sensitivity of the eye, esp one that is insensitive to red light. Sometimes shortened to: ortho Compare panchromatic
orthochromatism n

or•tho•chro•mat•ic

(ˌɔr θə kroʊˈmæt ɪk, -θoʊ krə-)

adj. Photog.
1. representing correctly the relations of colors as found in a subject; isochromatic.
2. sensitive to all visible colors except red; isochromatic.
Translations

or·tho·chro·mat·ic

a. ortocromático-a, de color normal o que acepta coloración sin dificultad.
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Perhaps the most significant solution came in 1884 with the introduction of orthochromatic plates.
This time-consuming three-color process involved making orthochromatic plates using three filters; the multiple negatives then had to be combined into lantern slides.
175 mm thickness, (b) sensitized printing plates in different sizes, (c) solutions and silicon for the Compaqta C 215 machine, (d) different size film rolls for the scanner with related chemicals, also orthochromatic films in different size, (e) printing solutions and cleansers, (f) printing chemicals, (g) different size rubber accessories and (h) different size stitching wire.
The Value of Orthochromatic Plates in Color Reproduction," Wilson's Photographic Magazine 36, no.