bipack

[ bahy-pak ]
/ ˈbaɪˌpæk /

noun Photography.

two separate films, each having an emulsion layer sensitive to a different color, held together with their emulsion layers facing for simultaneous exposure through the back of one.

Nearby words

  1. biotype,
  2. biovar,
  3. biovular,
  4. biowarfare,
  5. bioweapon,
  6. biparental,
  7. biparietal,
  8. biparietal diameter,
  9. biparous,
  10. bipartisan

Origin of bipack

First recorded in 1920–25; bi-1 + pack1

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