dynamic range

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dynamic range

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(Electronics) the range of signal amplitudes over which an electronic communications channel can operate within acceptable limits of distortion. The range is determined by system noise at the lower end and by the onset of overload at the upper end
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Tenders are invited for Supply and fixing of LCD std Lens Projector combines with WUXGA 1920x1200 resolution, with brightness = 5500 Lumen output, high dynamic contrast range and image optimizer, contrast ratio not less than 10000:1,
By making individual spot meter readings from different parts of the scene to check exposure variance within the frame, you can decide which reading to use to best render the contrast range within the frame.
The histogram scope is real time so highlights and shadows can be adjusted interactively with the lens setting, ensuring images are not clipped and maximum detail in tonal ranges is preserved, critically important for allowing colorists to create amazing grading effects in post production using the full contrast range of the camera.
Another limitation of LCDs is their limited contrast range.
Inkwell is the only other black and white filter, but comes with a strong contrast range, so Willow brings a nice balance to the equation.
This allows is to create non-transparent/solid moving pictures with rich colour reproduction and full contrast range from solid black to pristine white," he said.
13 In contrast range of the respirable and total tobacco dust con-centrations in a Danish study carried out by Kjaergaard and co-workers in a factory producing cheroots was considerably lower than those resulted in current study.
This workshop will provide an introduction to exposure principles such as characteristic curve, key tone, contrast range, latitude, exposure knee and shoulder.
A IF it's fun and funky you're after, try the new Contrast range from MK Electric.