Microfilm

Photographic reproduction of data in a size too small to be read without magnification. Usually done on standard size 70mm, or 16mm film. Microfilm is currently being produced by computer-assisted phototypesetting devices.

A method of storing printed material by optically reducing it by a factor of 20 to 48 times, and recording it on 16 or 35mm film.

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