Overall Picture Quality

Pay, Donald A.
October 1986
Image Technology;Oct1986, Vol. 68 Issue 10, p485
Trade Publication
The article discusses on the factors which have contributed to the television quality service in Great Britain. Although cameramen considers the design of a camera, high performance servo controls in zoom and focus lens should also be considered as an added capability of a camera. The new Fujinon controls is recommended for studio and OB lenses use. The introduction of color and the use of satellites in spanning by Richard Dimbleby has also helped improved the quality television.


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