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Comparative camera calibrations of some 'off the shelf' digital cameras suited to archaeological purposes.

@inproceedings{Ogleby1999ComparativeCC,
  title={Comparative camera calibrations of some 'off the shelf' digital cameras suited to archaeological purposes.},
  author={C. Ogleby and H. Papadaki and S. Robson and Shortis},
  year={1999}
}
The increasing availability and capability of "off the shelf" low cost digital cameras coupled with on-going advances in mobile computing technology offer great potential for on-site archaeological recording. In particular the userfriendliness and ready availability of these systems coupled with image orientated modelling software packages such as Photo Modeller and Photo Builder are providing systems that are increasingly suited to the requirements of on-site archaeological recording. However… Expand

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