micrographics

[mahy-kruh-graf-iks]
noun (used with a singular verb)
the technique of photographing written or printed pages in reduced form to produce microfilm or microfiche.

Origin:
1965–70; micrograph(ic) (see micrography, -graphic) + -ics

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Micrographics is the process of photographically producing a physically reduced exact-image copy of written or graphic records.
Until now the micrographics program has charged only for the production of security film duplicates.
In micrographics, the capability of a specified field frame to contain a specific number of uniquely identifiable points.
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