automatic exposure


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automatic exposure

[¦ȯd·ə¦mad·ik ik′spō·zhər]
(optics)
Photoelectric exposure control by a special device that maintains an essentially constant exposure in the focal plane for a given range of field luminance.
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With up to 600 dpi resolution (3,600 x 2,400 pixels), automatic exposure control, and color balance, clear, accurate digital images are assured.
The other features of the product include integrated lighting, adjustable focus lenses, automatic exposure control and high speed processing.
Both sensors offer automatic image control functions, which include automatic exposure control, automatic white balance and automatic black-level calibration.
Bracketing functions for Automatic Exposure (Sv and Tv) and White Balance allows the user to take consecutive shots with slightly different settings and select the one that best matches their intention.
The OV7727 comes with a full array of high end image processing functions, including automatic exposure control, gamma correction, automatic white balance control, and defect pixel correction, which are all programmable through the serial camera control bus interface.
They''re not actually all that rare, but they can be very difficult to capture with a camera as the automatic exposure mechanism stops everything down when faced with the bright sun.
Veteran videographers and editors may scoff, but autofocus, automatic exposure, and iMovie really do help create better videos, in part because they free up beginners to concentrate on content rather than technical details.
Two AA batteries run the system, and it has autofocus and a very flexible automatic exposure.
Further, Automa-Tech will sign an OEM agreement with WKK Distribution, ORC's longtime distributor in Asia, to market select semi- and fully automatic exposure systems under the WKK name.
Automatic exposure control allows a uniform display under most lighting conditions from dawn to dusk.
The eighth edition presents four extensive chapters on digital imaging, with a steady progression from computer fundamentals to the detailed clinical applications of computerized radiography and direct digital radiography, and offers a thorough treatment of technique skills including the proper application of automatic exposure controls, the "how-to" of quality control, and repeat analysis.

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