viewing screen

viewing screen

[′vyü·iŋ ‚skrēn]
(computer science)
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A 2-inch viewing screen offers pan-and-zoom capabilities for in-the-field image review.
264 compression, time lapse with PIR override, a built-in 2-inch color LCD viewing screen, a Reflex Trigger, intuitive backlit menu programming, advanced image processing, Matrix advanced blur reduction, retina low-light sensitivity and more.
The EOTech is an ideal home defense sight because it gives us a large viewing screen and is simple to operate.
It works by accessing your webcam and loading up Skype-style chat windows around the main viewing screen so you can share the laughs during Modern Family, or hear the gasps elicited by every grisly Breaking Bad death scene.
Now, the newest member of the Flip family, the SlideHD, adds yet another user-friendly perk: It slides open to reveal a second, wider viewing screen, which plays recorded videos and image slide-shows in high definition.
An extra grandstand and large viewing screen is being positioned opposite the Meirion Shearing Centre.
His service project, completed for Oregon State Parks at Cascara Campground near Fall Creek Reservoir, involved dismantling and building a new interpretive center, 11 new benches, a viewing screen and a gravel path.
I shot from my seat, holding the camera low and using my flip-up LCD viewing screen to good advantage.
5 inch LCD viewing screen and is child's play to operate.
The first two pages selected would be presented on a viewing screen and the pages could be sequentially advanced or reversed by activating a foot pedal located on the base of the unit.
One part of the process has not changed in all these years; pass/fail decisions, in most cases, are made by an operator viewing tire images presented on a viewing screen.