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ISO 5 is an international standard for density measurements in photography and graphic technology. The most recent version split the standard into 4 parts:[1]

References

  1. ^ "ISO 5-1:2009 - Photography and graphic technology -- Density measurements -- Part 1: Geometry and functional notation". www.iso.org.