image stability

image stability

(1) The steadiness of the images on a display screen, primarily pertaining to the amount of flicker that a person sees. See also image stabilization.

(2) The consistency of system software used in a computer in order to avoid technical support. For example, if a PC vendor guarantees "software image stability" for one year, it means all drivers installed on that family of machines will remain the same for one year even though hardware components may change due to improvements in technology.
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The devices are becoming a professional range and have a image stability of at least 12 months.
Hubble is the only telescope that can make this kind of observation because of its sharp resolution, its image stability, and its 24 years in space.
The primary external factors affecting image stability are light, heat, humidity and air quality.
These laptops have the enterprise features businesses and IT administrators require such as global availability, image stability, a three year battery warranty and docking.
Thermal dye transfer prints have poor image stability when exposed to visible or ultraviolet light or subjected to heat because of the inherent chemical properties of dye molecules (Abe, 2003).
Claimed benefits include increased productivity and image stability for brand protection and Packmark is said to be equally suitable for any type of primary packaging substrate including flexible packaging, paper, board, plastics and metals.
Thanks to that attention, 30 years later, traditional silver-based color image stability is much improved.
Further protecting Gateway customers' investment, the Gateway M460 promises image stability and a long managed life cycle like its predecessors, the Gateway M405 and Gateway 450.
The Tecra M2 delivers the perfect balance of portability, hardware and image stability plus high performance.
This system also includes gray scale reproduction, image consistency and image stability based on 12-bit density resolution, automatic density adjustment and Fuji dry silver film technology.
Based on the demand for greater image stability, both for short- and long-term, Epson will offer the same Epson Photographic Dye inks for the Stylus Pro 9000 and Stylus Pro 7000 wide format printers that are being used in the Epson Stylus Pro 10000.
Greater magnification results in a loss of light-gathering ability, a decreased field of view, and a decline in image stability.