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A multi-shot stereoscopic camera for close-up ocean photography
Owen, D.M. (1967). A multi-shot stereoscopic camera for close-up ocean photography, in: Hersey, J.B. (Ed.) Deep-sea photography. pp. 95-105
In: Hersey, J.B. (Ed.) (1967). Deep-sea photography. The John Hopkins Oceanographic Studies, 3. The John Hopkins Press: Baltimore. 310 pp., more
In: The John Hopkins Oceanographic Studies. ISSN 0271-2229, more

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  • Owen, D.M.

    Highlights of a deep-sea stereoscopic camera that was assembIed by the writer in 1960 are given in this article. The prototype camera, particularly when adjusted for close-up bottom photography, has contributed to severa1 research activities at the Woods Hole Oceanographic lnstitution. Representative bottom photographs accompany the camera description. Some detailed interpretations of the camera's photographic results are found in chaps. 14, 15, and 21 in this volume; titles of additional papers or reports involving the use of this camera are found in the references, together with other pertinent writings of a background nature.

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