What is another word for photostat?

Pronunciation: [fˈə͡ʊtə͡ʊstˌat] (IPA)

Photostat, a registered trademark of the Eastman Kodak Company, refers to a type of photocopying machine that produced high-quality reproductions of documents. Alternatives to the term "photostat" include "photocopy," "reproduction," "duplication," "copy," and "facsimile," all of which basically mean the same thing--an exact or similar likeness of an original document or image. Outside of the traditional photocopying realm, "scan" and "digitize" are common terms for capturing and reproducing images and documents electronically. "Print," "copy," and "reprint" also reflect the act of making multiple versions of a document. Regardless of the terminology used, the goal of each method is to create a perfect duplicate of an original document or image.

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Usage examples for Photostat

Harry bent closer, but Ritchie closed his hand around the photostat and pocketed it again.
"This Crowded Earth"
Robert Bloch
The Dr. Leffingwell whose name was on that photostat?
"This Crowded Earth"
Robert Bloch
A copy of the history not being available, this is printed from a photostat copy furnished by the Dominion archives.
"First History of New Brunswick"
Peter Fisher Commentator: William Fisher

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