Digital panchromatic imagery of the Earth's surface is also produced by some modern satellites, such as QuickBird and IKONOS. This imagery is extremely useful, as it generally is of a much higher resolution than the multispectral imagery from the same satellite. For example, the QuickBird satellite produces panchromatic imagery having a pixel equivalent to an area 0.6m x 0.6m, while the multispectral pixels represent an area of 2.4m x 2.4m.
Club for creativity: for nine decades the org has championed the art of cinematography.(TALENT MEETS TECHNOLOGY: PROMOTING INTERESTS OF INDUSTRY'S LENSERS)(Cinema Camera Club )(Organization overview)
Oct 30, 2008; [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Ninety years ago, members of two early cameramen's associations--the Cinema Camera Club in New York and...