Software application or development in optical image digital data processing requires a fast, good quality, yet inexpensive hard copy of processed images. To achieve this, a Cambo camera with an f 2.8/150-mm Xenotar lens in a Copal shutter having a Graflok back for 4 × 5 Polaroid type 57 pack-film has been interfaced to an existing Adage, AGT-30/Electro-Mechanical, EMR 6050 graphic computer system. Time-lapse photography in conjunction with a log to linear voltage transformation has resulted in an interactive system capable of producing a hard copy in 54 sec (
© 1974 Optical Society of America
Original Manuscript: September 19, 1973
Published: September 1, 1974
James D. Buckner, Harold W. Council, and Thomas R. Edwards, "Image Reproduction with Interactive Graphics," Appl. Opt. 13, 2061-2063 (1974)
J. Opt. Soc. Am.
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