brightness control

brightness control

[′brīt·nəs kən′trōl]
(electronics)
A control that varies the luminance of the fluorescent screen of a cathode-ray tube, for a given input signal, by changing the grid bias of the tube and hence the beam current. Also known as brilliance control; intensity control.
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1-inch color display, capacitive touch function keys, a more elegant user interface and three-phased brightness control.
more comfortable to look at through better brightness control.
com/official-cyanogenmod-14-nightly-builds-available-oneplus-3-728633/) such custom features as status bar clock customizations, brightness control from the status bar, a notification counter, double-tap to sleep and a quick pulldown for settings.
Four shortcuts allow you to zoom in or out, capture images, switch thermal color modes and adjust brightness control.
For starters, there's a large, easy to reach, 180-degree brightness control knob on top with eight adjustment settings, two of which are compatible with night vision.
Other notable features include live object tracking (a crosshair is activated and selects the hottest point on the field of view), 5 polarity options, image brightness control, LED map light, 2 & 4x digital magnification, video out and much more.
With 11 levels of brightness control you are sure to have the proper illumination for your shooting situation.
The TX20D28VM2BAB has a display resolution of 800 x 480 pixels (WVGA) and an integrated LVDS data interface and the LED backlight allows brightness control by the user.
Each of the 16 channels can be individually adjusted by a 4096-step greyscale PWM brightness control (equals 6.
Standard features include gain control, brightness control, S-Video output, controlled pure white long life LED light, portable image archiving, programmable settings, picture-in-picture freeze, image enhancement, and a SD card for image storage.
Nikon's Archer's Choice Max has extended range out to 200 yards and an Active Brightness Control Viewfinder improves low light performance.