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Images, images, images / written for Kodak by Michael F. Kenny and Raymond F. Schmitt
Bib ID 6893322
Format BookBook [text, still image, volume]
Author
Kenny, Michael F., author
 
Edition First edition. 
Description Rochester, New York : Eastman Kodak Company, [1979] 
©1979 
240 pages : colour illustrations ; 29 cm. 
ISBN 0879852224
Notes

"Kodak publication no. S-12."--Back cover.

Subjects Image processing.  |  Slides (Photography)  |  Audio-visual materials.
Other authors/contributors Schmitt, Raymond F., author  |  Eastman Kodak Company of New York
Also Titled

Subtitle from cover: book of programmed multi-image production

Images, images, images : book of programmed multi-image production

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