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In this booklet there is a brief review of the history and optics of some of the more important cameras used in photographing the fundus of the eye. The pamphlet is well printed on good paper. The diagrams of the cameras and the optical aspects are not bad but the pictures of the fundi are so hopeless that they seem to have been developed under the influence of Rivera. The two color plates are worst of all, the fundus being depicted as a sickish pink-brown.
La fotografía de las membranas profundas del ojo. JAMA. 1940;115(23):2021. doi:10.1001/jama.1940.02810490077035
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