Abstract

An analysis of an idealized film-grain model suggests that any photographic emulsion may be significantly more sensitive in holographic imagery than in conventional imagery. Experiments with Kodak Plus-X emulsion show that such an improvement of sensitivity can indeed be realized.

© 1968 Optical Society of America

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