antishake


Related to antishake: Image stabilization

antishake

(ˌæntɪˈʃeɪk)
adj
denoting a technology that reduces the blurring caused by movement of the person taking a photograph
n
a system that uses antishake technology
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The Bluecam features greater depth of field, higher precision, shorter acquisition times, an antishake feature, and automatic image capture.
The camera's blue light illuminates the treatment site and offers a built-in, antishake system, combined with a short capture time, to ensure that images are acquired only when the camera is absolutely still.
Increased frailty can cause issues around mouse use, but antishake software is now available to help with this.
Advances in camera technology--like antishake --make capturing high-quality images more attainable than ever, he said.
Konica Minolta's a-7 Digital, for instance, features what the company claims is the world's first ''body-integral antishake system'' to compensate for the vibrations that occur with handheld shooting.