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braced frame, 1
1. The frame of a building in which the resistance to lateral forces or to frame instability is provided by diagonal bracing, K-bracing, or other type of bracing.
2. Heavy, braced wood framing for a structure which uses girts that are mortised into solid posts; the posts are full frame height, with one-story-high studs between, usually diagonally braced.
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So if you really want a full frame camera with an swiveling screen, the Sony A99 is your only option.
The a7R II is compatible with Sony's growing lineup of alpha-mount lenses, which now totals 63 different models including 12 native 'FE' full frame lenses.
I feel very lucky and a sense of responsibility," Gates tells Full Frame.
As the IP Surveillance market continues to grow, it is important for video servers to deliver full frame rates, as available in the analog world," said Fredrik Nilsson, general manager of Axis Communications.
Optimized for superb results with the camera's new 35mm full frame image sensor, the Planar T* 50mm F1.
The AXIS 231D+ and AXIS 232D+ deliver full frame rate video up to 30 frames a second, and multiple video streams with simultaneous Motion JPEG and MPEG-4 compression.
A mirror box features a parallel-link mirror mechanism that moves on two horizontal axes to accommodate both the large full frame mirror and the body-integrated image stabilization system without increasing the camera's size.
Canon is the only camera manufacturer to provide professionals and advanced amateurs with Digital SLRs that feature full frame sensors, such as the Canon EOS-1Ds Mark II and EOS 5D digital SLRs.
It includes hardware-based motion-JPEG compression and decompression for video capture and playback (from stored files on a user's hard disk) at full frame rate.
Its single chip design offers hardware MPEG-4 ASP/SP, MPEG-2, and JPEG support and is capable of compressing and decompressing video streams for NTSC and PAL formats at full frame rates of up to 30 fps.
For those who demand more, AOL offers its free enhanced "Hi-Q" streaming format plugin, which claims to deliver DVD quality at full frame rates.
This includes concurrent transmission of different frame formats, simultaneous delivery of multiple zoomed and full field of view video streams at full frame rates, and the ability to zoom after the event from high resolutions digital archives.