2 edition of Tradition and technology found in the catalog.
Tradition and technology
SMPTE Technical Conference and Equipment Exhibit (131st 1989 Los Angeles, California)
1989 by Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers in White Plains, N.Y .
Written in English
|Statement||131st SMPTE Technical Conference and Equipment Exhibit, October 21-25, 1989, Los Angeles Convention Center, Los Angeles, California.|
|Contributions||Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers.|
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