freeze frame


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freeze frame

a facility on an ultrasound machine which permits an image to be held on a screen.
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Pre Qualification: Image Capturing System (Am2-Ca01) Is The Only Model Compatible With Our Existing Freeze Frame Software For Fear-Conditing.
But after 15 replays and a couple of freeze frames that's easy for me to say.
In February, Freeze Frame showcased the Scott Polar Research Institute's collection of fragile photographic records of the earliest expeditions to the Arctic and Antarctic.
Complete with photo galleries, a map of Winter Olympic sites and an Almanac, Freeze Frame is from a true sports authority.
While amassing songs for this major-label debut, confessional singer-songwriter Julian said his goal was to ``tell stories in freeze frame.
In addition to its day/night capabilities, it offers dynamic window blanking, preset freeze frame, and an optional NTCIP translator plug-in.
Years of studying elite runners in freeze frame video clips have revealed certain truths about optimal form.
Full auto focus with manual override, on-screen magnification level readout, single image freeze frame, and multiple video viewing modes are also included.
The sculpture - first exhibited in 1991 - shows a freeze frame of an exploding shed suspended from the ceiling.
I'M not sure that the slow-motion and freeze frame always help the video referee that much.
The Visualizer RE-450X also allows presenters to temporarily capture an image in memory with the unique Freeze Frame Memory feature, while White Paper Preset enhances projected text pages for improved clarity.
TOUCHDOWN: Craig Quinnell dives over for Wales's first try Picture: GARVIN DAVIES FREEZE FRAME 1 FREEZE FRAME 2 FREEZE FRAME 3 FREEZE FRAME 4