Definition of micrographics in English:

micrographics

Pronunciation /ˌmīkrəˈɡrafik/ /ˌmaɪkrəˈɡræfɪk/

noun

See micrograph

‘For example, use of micrographics may be advantageous when multiple users frequently need voluminous records or when an agency needs to widely distribute records.’
  • ‘After an introduction to microfilming, those handbooks about micrographics and the printed instructions become much more understandable.’
  • ‘With micrographics and document imaging equipment you can take thousands of documents and folders and put them on one little CD or a few rolls of film.’
  • ‘The Imaging Unit provides services to local and state government including establishing standards for micrographics; providing preservation and security reformatting of public records; microfilm processing, duplicating and quality control testing; and consulting with local and state governments regarding their micrographics records systems.’