The virtues of image capture on film

A Smith

The principles upon which film radiography are founded date back to 1839 and the last advance in film structure was in 1933.

Film photography is now only used by enthusiasts and eccentrics.

So why does this seemingly archaic imaging technique still have adherents in the world of industrial radiography?

It is hoped that this session will help explain the remaining advantages that this largely analogue technology still possesses in an increasingly digital world.