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Analysis of Electronic Photograph by Goniophotometry

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Many studies have been done on the image quality of the electronic photograph (EP) printed by toner. The image quality of the EP is dependent on many factors, particularly the fixing temperature and the characteristics of printing paper. The appearance of image is influenced by the change of incident angle of light and the observation angle. However, little work has been done on the goniophotometric characteristics of the EP. In this paper, goniophotometric properties of the EP with three different fusing temperature and three kinds of recording paper is analyzed and evaluated by the measurement using gonio-spectrophotometer.

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: January 1, 2004

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