TheTokyo Tower at dusk with an EOS R As silver halide
cameras boomed, Canon launched several models covering a wide range of user needs, including the EOS-1 in Japan in 1989, aimed at professionals, and the EOS Kiss (EOS Rebel XS or EOS 500 in other regions) in Japan in 1993, which achieved a compact, lightweight design and greatly expanded Canon's user base.
The silver halide
printing plates have proved to have large endurance, as well.
PMA: Do you see changes within those mixes, as silver halide
may be transitioning to a sunset platform and others are growing?
For example, according to the latest version of ANSI/NAPM Standard IT9.1, polyester-based silver halide
microfilm with a residual thiosulfate content of not more than 0.014 grams per square meter of film merits a life expectancy (LE) rating of 500, meaning the film images have a life expectancy of at least 500 years when stored under prescribed environmental conditions.
The emulsion layer of your film contains many silver halide
crystals both above and below the surface of the emulsion.
Traditional silver halide
processing remains the best value in the category and will continue to increase, according to analysts.
The combination of the capabilities of silver halide
and electronic imaging are allowing growing opportunities for silver halide
Kodak is unmatched in silver halide
chemistry, and layering chemicals and emulsions on paper or plastic.
For modem documentation, recopying documents onto archival-quality materials - e.g., silver halide
microfilm or acid-neutral paper-has become an important aspect of preservation.
William Alschuler, California Institute of the Arts, USA, described how formate can increase the sensitivity of silver halide