JAIC 1987, Volume 26, Number 1, Article 5 (pp. 59 to 63)
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Journal of the American Institute for Conservation
JAIC 1987, Volume 26, Number 1, Article 5 (pp. 59 to 63)

SOME USES OF A VIDEO CASSETTE RECORDER IN THE CONSERVATION LABORATORY

Alexander Katlan, Barbara Appelbaum, & Paul Himmelstein


ABSTRACT—Several uses for a video cassette recorder are presented: in conservation surveys (using a video camera), in conjunction with an infrared vidicon camera, and in the detailed documentation of the surface condition of large works of art.

Article Sections:

1. THE USE OF THE VCR IN CONSERVATION AND OTHER COLLECTION SURVEYS
2. THE USE OF THE VCR AS A METHOD OF RECORDING INFRARED IMAGES
3. EQUIPMENT
4. ADVANTAGES OF THE VCR
5. DISADVANTAGES
a: References
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