Edgerton Lab Notebook 11, Page 01
September 19, 1940

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The key to good nighttime aerial photographs was separating the camera and the flash as much as possible. If the flash went off too close to the camera, only the flash would be photographed. These sketches show some ideas on ways to install the equipment in an A-20 airplane to achieve the needed separation.

Page start date: September 19, 1940

Page type: diagram, notes

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