Designed by the American Board of Forensic Odontology (ABFO), this scale has become the standard for bitemark measurement and photography. The incorporation of three circles is useful in helping to compensate for distortion resulting from oblique camera angles. The 1cm division.
ABFO#2 with Photo Gray Shade 5 x 5cm Corner Square The ABFO No. 2 Scale was designed by the American Board of Forensic Odontology and is used.
Printed on laminated plastic with a matt finish these are perfect for photographing in most lighting conditions. Each scale incorporates circle markings to.
ABFO Standards for "Bitemark Terminology". 1. When the scale is used, it should be on the same plane as and adjacent to the patterned.
It is, however, possible that slight bending could have occurred when using the ABFO ruler, which presents both a study limitation and a practical " in field.
Download scientific diagram | Shows an ABFO scale that is commonly used in bite mark evaluation. from publication: Photographic Imaging Distortion and Its.
J Forensic Sci. Mar;33(2) The Bite Mark Standard Reference Scale--ABFO No. 2. Hyzer WG(1), Krauss TC. Author information: (1)University of .