Finlay process

noun Fin·lay process \ˈfinlē-, -(ˌ)lā-\

Definition of Finlay process

  1. :  an additive process of color photography in which exposure is made on a panchromatic plate behind a regular mosaic three-color screen —called also Paget process

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Origin and Etymology of finlay process

after Clare L. Finlay †1936 British photography expert


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