TITLE

Static Charges in the Film and Television Industries

AUTHOR(S)
French, Fred
PUB. DATE
July 1986
SOURCE
Image Technology;Jul1986, Vol. 68 Issue 7, p342
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article focuses on the significance of static charges in the film and television industries. According to sources, static and dust can be a problem in viewing theaters and cinema projection rooms, including lenses, carousels, cameras and animation tables. Thus, it is important for surfaces to be cleaned and left static free by reducing future dust attraction. Moreover, understanding static and knowledge of simple solutions may lead to improved quality, reduced wastage and increased profit.
ACCESSION #
22384713

 

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