Comparison Test of High-Altitude Camera

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Report Number: WADC TR 53-436
Author(s): Ross, Howard L.
Corporate Author(s): Aerial Reconaissance Laboratory
Laboratory: Aerial Reconaissance Laboratory
Date of Publication: 1954-10
Pages: 19
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Identifier: AD0058999

Abstract:
This report describes details of mapping trends from extremely high altitudes. Test photography was obtained to study %ether the Air Force should utilize 6" focal length wide angle, 911 x 911 negative size photography or whether to utilize a longer focal length camera for basic coverage from altitudes of 40,000 feet or higher.

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