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Long-term Preservation of Digital Images on Color Microfilm

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For the long-term archiving of digital images, a laser film recorder is being developed. It images color microphotographs on unperforated 35mm silver-dye bleach material in high resolution (pixel-size 3 micrometers).

The goal of the archiving process is to achieve a precise colorimetric reproduction. However, color gamut and dynamic range of the photo-material used is relatively small. Consequently, an “archival colorimetric transform” has been developed. Its purpose is to record a maximum of the original's information on the microfilm, using adequate gamut compression based on sensitometric measurements of the photographic material.

A modified IT8 scanner target is also recorded on the microfilm as a reference for the reconstruction of the archived color information.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2005-01-01

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