SOME USES OF A VIDEO CASSETTE RECORDER IN THE CONSERVATION LABORATORY
Alexander Katlan, Barbara Appelbaum, & Paul Himmelstein
BarbaraAppelbaum, PaulHimmelstein, “Planning for a Conservation Survey,” Museum News64, no. 3, (Feb. 1986), pp. 5–14
This use has been suggested previously: William A. Real, “Infrared reflectography at the Cleveland Museum of Art: Paintings, Objects, Manuscripts,”AIC Preprints, Washington, D.C., 1985, pp. 79–89, and personal communication with Donald K. Beman, Associate Director, Beman Galleries, Nyack, New York.
Computer programs for microcomputers which produce digitized images from video sources, allowing a print to be made on a printer, are now available. At present there is considerable loss of quality, but this will no doubt improve.