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film speed

n
1. (Photography) the sensitivity to light of a photographic film, specified in terms of the film's ISO rating
2. (Film) the rate at which the film passes through a motion picture camera or projector
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The image entitled Greater Flamingos during sunrise at Askar coast, Bahrain, was snagged using his Canon EOS 1DX Mark II with a Canon EF 400mm f/2.8L + 2X extender, a shutter speed of 1/1000, an F5.6 F-number and film speed (ISO) of 800.
The Pack 403HE produces up to 400 packages per minute, reaching a maximum film speed of 76 meters and includes all of the same features offered in the Pack 403.
The Pack 403 is designed to produce up to 800 packages per minute at a film speed of 90 meter.
* YouTubers film speed of light at 10 trillion frames per second.
The reported values are similar to ISO film speed values, which enable a film camera to properly expose images on photographic films having different light sensitivities.
Chapter four begins a second section, introducing the primary settings of aperture, shutter speed, film speed, and white balance, with subsequent chapters for more detail and advice on working with each of those settings.
A film path adjustment system overcomes rapid changes in film speed so printing occurs at a point when film velocity is within the date coder's printing capability.
029 2064 6900 FILM Speed 2 Cruise Control (PG) A computer hacker breaks into the computer system of a cruise liner and sets it speeding on a collision course into a gigantic oil tanker.
In the 1994 film Speed, Keanu Reeves must stop a moving bus from dropping below what speed?
Among others, Amber Fares' film Speed Sisters , award-winning Jordanian film Theeb , and Mohamad Al Daradji's In the Sands of Babylon will be shown alongside Ghadi , the first feature film from Lebanese director Amin Dora, and Emirati director Ali Mostafa's road trip film From A to B .
Writing for investigators and photographers who have a basic understanding of apertures, shutter speeds, film speed, stops of light, and basic exposure calculations, Duncan, a police officer, crime scene investigator, and teacher, outlines the advanced skills of crime scene photography and how to deal with adverse conditions and difficult photographic challenges.
Since some of you have never heard of it before, here's the long and short of it: Use an aperture of f/16 and based on your film speed (e.g., ISO 100); choose the shutter speed that's the closest reciprocal of that film speed.