superwide

superwide

(ˌsuːpəˈwaɪd)
n
(Photography) photog a wide-angle camera lens
adj
extremely wide
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Pro Display XDR features a massive 32-inch Retina[R] 6K display with gorgeous P3 wide and 10-bit color, an extreme 1,600 nits of peak brightness, an incredible 1,000,000:1 contrast ratio and a superwide viewing angle, all at a breakthrough price point.
The Nova 5 and Nova 5 Pro share the same quad rear camera setup with a 48MP Sony IMX586 primary sensor, a 16MP superwide lens, a 2MP depth lens and a 2MP macro lens.
it supports 1080p, and has a superwide hD lens, but switch it to dashcam mode and you find great safety features, including a lane departure system, front proximity alarm, and a g-sensor for detecting and filming collisions.
In March 2016 Leach invested in the UK's first Durst Rho 512R for UV ink printing on superwide graphics up to 5m.
Its high resolution pitch and superwide format means it can display a range of crystal clear content simultaneously.
The simple controls (left and right shoulder buttons tip the world and roll the blobby Locos around) and peppering of rhythm action (tap in time to the beats to earn extra collectables) really suited short escapes of on-the-go gaming, and levels were designed to take full advantage of the PSP's superwide screen.
This is something to consider for field use and one drawback to many scopes with 34mm tubes and superwide magnification ranges.
A B-class vehicle is not superwide, but we were able to achieve a feeling of width through design." For example, they've developed an instrument panel that is primarily horizontal that stretches across the front and wraps to the doors; the doors themselves have cutout sections to provide additional space.
These wide-bodied square-lipped lures have a superwide, laboring wobble that presents a unique visual picture and a vibration tract that pike have never experienced before.
Some movies, of course, like Pixar's "Wall-E," still have letterboxing because they're shot in the superwide CinemaScope aspect ratio (21:9), but they look a lot larger than before -- and you can still zoom in with a tap on the screen.