valido ateh/haltbar bis/to consume before

Robin Leech robinl at NAIT.AB.CA
Tue May 12 15:26:02 CDT 1998

DIN stands for "Deutsches Industrie Numer", and ISO stands for
"International Standards Organization".  All has to do with what Kodak,
or another US company, set up as ASA - American Standards Association,
for the sensitivity value of film.  For example, Kodachrome can be
purchased in ISO 25, 64 and 200.  ISO and ASA values are the same.

Robin Leech

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