Carestream DVB radiography films
Kodak DryView Laser Imaging Film is designed to record a full range of images from computed tomography, digital subtraction angiography, magnetic resonance imaging, nuclear medicine, ultrasound, computed radiography, digital radiography, and digitized film images.
Kodak DryView DVB Laser Imaging Film / 4675 is coated on a blue, 7-mil polyester base support.
Relative Speed (Midscale): Measured at a density of 1.00 above gross fog.
Relative Speed (Shoulder): Measured at a density of 2.90 above gross fog.
Contrast: Measured as slope of the line between densities of 0.60 and 2.00 above gross fog.
Upper Density Point (UDP): Maximum density of film using sensitometric exposure.
Kodak DryView Laser Imaging Film is processed automatically by the thermal processor drum built into all Kodak DryView Laser Imagers. The nominal processing conditions for this photothermographic film are 122°C for 15 seconds.