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reversal film

n
(Photography) photographic film that can be processed to produce a positive transparent image for direct projection, rather than a negative for printing
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With the KODAK 35mm Slide Viewer you can experience old memories like new again.
In order for a person to view their slides to sort them, they will need a projector or a slide viewer. Many people either no longer have a projector, or at least one that still works.
His portable photographic slide viewer was found near Garza's body.
It incorporates 10x whole slide imaging and the Phenochart whole slide viewer, allowing researchers to annotate and navigate slides with interactive interfaces to better identify regions of interest for detailed multispectral acquisition.
The components of an automated WSI system include an optical microscope system with a camera, an acquisition system, computer hardware/software, scanning software, and the digital slide viewer. Supplemental components include the feeder and image processing systems.
In addition, offline PowerPoint slide viewer and advertisement module are available as add-ons, while a communication and social media platform provides event attendees with one easy access point to find out about upcoming events, download new conference programmes, or view offline session materials or medical scientific abstracts.
The system also features an integrated slide viewer that supports annotation and remote viewing, Jive telepathology with robotic microscopy, and automatic tissue-region identification with a manual override option.
The puzzle slide viewer is designed to closely emulate a conventional slide viewer and to facilitate easy addition of custom slides and questions.
We have 20 special Disney goodie bags worth pounds 50 each to give away, which are stuffed with Lilo & Stitch goodies, including a slide viewer, T-shirt and keyring, plus a one- litre bottle of Flash for whoever is the Lilo in your house.
For the studio portion of the lesson, I set up the artroom into four stations composed of magazines, prints, a portable slide viewer that enables close-ups of individual slides and books.