flash exposure


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flash exposure

[¦flash ik′spō·zhər]
(graphic arts)
In halftone photography, additional exposure given to reinforce the dots in the shadow zones of negatives.
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The economically priced BigShot 3000 uses the same LCTF but captures the three primary colors in three flash exposures, in less than 10 seconds, yielding a full 12-bit 48MB file.
The SB-24 also provides an infrared rangefinder for the two cameras in extremely low light levels and rear curtain shutter synchronization that puts the blurs on the right side of flash exposure with slow shutter speeds.