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N2/5 Using a Camera to Measure Light Levels.
N15/3 Display and Storage of Museum Objects Containing Cellulose Nitrate.
N16/1 Care of Encased Photographic Images
N16/2 Care of Black and White Photographic Glass Plate Negatives.
N16/3 Care of Black and White Photographic Negatives and Film.
N16/4 Care of Black and White Photographic Prints.
N16/5 Care of Colour Photographic Materials.
N16/6 Processing Contemporary Black-and-White Photographic Films and Paper.
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