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braced frame, 1
1. The frame of a building in which the resistance to lateral forces or to frame instability is provided by diagonal bracing, K-bracing, or other type of bracing.
2. Heavy, braced wood framing for a structure which uses girts that are mortised into solid posts; the posts are full frame height, with one-story-high studs between, usually diagonally braced.
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7R III is the newest member to its full-frame A7 mirrorless lineup redesigned for professional shooters.
Sony enables 24x36mm Full-Frame Image Capture upon Launch of VENICE Digital Motion Picture Camera System by Sony Pro Team 11/15/2017, in Cameras, Production, Sony Professional
Sony Professional has unveiled Venice, its first full-frame digital motion picture camera system.
Summary: Full-frame DSLR camera segment has grown more than 20% year on year, company official says
On paper, the Canon EOS 6D Mark II is a great option for those looking to invest in a new full-frame DSLR, but do not have the budget or intent to pursue the 5D Mark IV.
4MP mirror-less camera with a 5-axis image stabilisation full-frame Back-Illuminated Exmor R CMOS sensor allowing the maximum expanded ISO to 102,400.
Fifty One East and Sony Middle East and Africa have launched in Qatar the a7R II, Sony's newest state-of-the-art full-frame mirrorless camera.
Canon Middle East this week unveiled its latest EOS DSLR, the EOS 6D, which it says is the world's lightest DSLR to feature a full-frame CMOS sensor.
Camera manufacturer Canon has unveiled its entry-level full-frame DSLR camera, dubbed DSLR EOS 6D, in India at a price of a[sup.
The new incarnation of Canon's enthusiast full-frame 5D series - the EOS 5D Mark III.
Users can record full-frame audio and video presentations and store them to an external SD memory card, then transfer them to a computer via a USB 2.
The Cartridge DDR series of direct drive rotary motors combines the performance advantages of frameless motors with the installation ease of full-frame motors.