contrast control

contrast control

[′kän‚trast kən′trōl]
(electronics)
A manual control that adjusts the range of brightness between highlights and shadows on the reproduced image in a television receiver.
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Adaptive contrast control allows the XG2703-GS to dynamically adjust the contrast for an optimal contrast level in any gaming situation.
The simple menu system allows user to toggle between fully automatic, semi-automatic or manual brightness and contrast control, while selecting either automatic or manual calibration.
Another new feature I like, albeit a very simple one, is the contrast control in the colour page to add or remove contrast to the image during the primary grading process.
The camera app offers features like white balancing, ISO and exposure control, a few filters, sharpness and contrast control and so on.
DynaCon: DynaCon or Dynamic Contrast Control technology offered by EcoStar LCDs provides an enormous cinematic experience to the viewers.
Tests on the retinas of sufferers found the effect was similar to turning down the contrast control on a TV.
The printer features an easy-to-use operator interface and automatic thermal print contrast control to produce high-speed, high-resolution printouts.
which compensates for hand-shake to eliminate blurring; Face Detection, which adjusts the exposure so faces are captured perfectly; and Intelligent Contrast Control, which helps ensure proper contrast.
Reasonable options overall, but we would have liked contrast control as well.
1 image enhancement software for contrast control, de-skew and auto cropping, brightness, color detect and rotation.
Readings are digitally displayed on a large LCD, which has user contrast control for improved indoor or outdoor viewing.
EISA commended the FinePix S5 Pro, "The special qualities of Fujifilm's Super CCD SR Pro Sensor provide the wide dynamic range, low image noise and contrast control that make this camera stand out from the general DSLR market.