Definition of spectrozonal photography

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spectrozonal photography

'spectrozonal photography' is an military term meaning '(DOD,NATO) A photographic technique whereby the natural spectral emissions of all objects are selectively filtered in order to image only those objects within a particular spectral band or zone and eliminate the unwanted background'.

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