prefocus

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prefocus

(priːˈfəʊkəs)
vb (tr)
to focus (something) in advance
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This prefocused house hang and full control system located on the balcony complement the pendants and sconces and make the space simple to use for visiting performances and functions.
Briefly, up to 10 [micron]g of total protein was loaded onto each prefocused 7.
For greatest resolution, we prefocused the camera on the inside surface of the microscope slide, which was covered with a dense layer of epiphytic algae.
Too, the built-in two-in-one prefocused aluminum reflector intensifies brightness of the light beam creating a more useful light at longer distances.
Factory prefocused to yield sharp images, it offers a choice of 8-mm or 6-mm lenses.
In contrast to the way that emotions focus attention for us in everyday life, when it comes to film the relevant events have already generally been prefocused emotively for us by the filmmakers.
The company's patented Adjustable Volume of Light system (AVL) increases pattern size while maintaining an even distribution of light within a prefocused column.
We can't let the Board of Governors go in with a narrow, prefocused opinion and come out with a decision that they are then going to ram down the throats of lawyers who haven't even come close to closure on this issue," Dunn said.
When you're set, turn your prefocused telescope south and aim it at the meridian.
The prefocused optical system on this thermometer provides a cone of measurement, offering a range of target size from 25m diameter at 380mm distance up to 200mm at 1800mm distance.
They were generally established within single departments and chose their improvement issues from the immediate neighborhood, rather than being prefocused on issues (typically cutting across departments) that were of high priority to the organization.