System for Measuring Light Transmission
PFC Lawrence F. Brunswick
developed the "T" system of measuring lens light
transmission (as compared to the then-standard “F” system),
while assigned to the Signal Corps Photographic Center research
laboratory in 1943-1944, wrote his future wife,
"His supervisor took credit for the
development. However, an article was printed in the post
newspaper correctly crediting Larry for the discovery."
Studio Electrical Modernization
from Alumni News
"It simply took me back, 'way
back, and reminded me of much of my love for moving pictures.
I loved every single iota of it."
"Alumni News" reported memories of APC personnel. It
brings back names, experiences and events.
“This brought back
memories about the time a new projector repair man was
discussing nitrate film. He grabbed a 35mm nitrate reel, tore
off several strips; he lit 3 of them, and as they burned, he
threw them on the sidewalk, and the rain covered them – but they
continued burning! The point he had been making, ‘nitrate film
supplies its own oxygen even underwater,’ was no longer lost on
Bed Check in France
brings some memories from a retired Specialist 7.
Contributing to Film History
Hall of Heroes
Richard A. Jones recalls working on The Big
Picture episode featuring the Medal of Honor with narrator
Cameraman Frank H. Labram Remembered
In Focus: A Trove
of APC History
A Foxhold on Wheels
Other Photo Units: 497th
Footage of Camp Feldafing?
Drones for Reconnaisance
Boykin on Mobile Television
Film industry in WWII
Norton S. Parker
Cameras for atomic tests
(Updated September 14, 2020..)