off-focus

off-focus

in radiography the radiation composed of x-rays produced by the interaction of electrons with objects, usually metal, other than the tube's target.
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Speidel, M, Jona, A, Florin, E-L, "Three-Dimensional Tracking of Fluorescent Nanoparticles with Subnanometer Precision by Use of Off-Focus Imaging.
Rafferty can shoot at 24 frames a second, something that allows the director to make subtle changes with focus and off-focus and depth of field control to convey atmosphere and emotions.
The company's debt is huge and the product lineup is off-focus.
For an 80-play game, if you get off-focus for one play, it could be a touchdown.
That's determined by the size of your target, how far away it is and how far off-focus the internal image is.
Its comprehensive, highly-personal format is a valuable tool for professionals needing up-to-the-minute industry insight to remain competitive in markets like telecommunications, technology, healthcare, pharmaceuticals, financial services, and energy, without spending time reading off-focus articles.
A I'D always choose the Honda, simply because it's the better all-rounder and will sell much faster for more money than the dull and off-focus Nissan.
If you want a decent small car with a reasonable boot, go for a Micra, a Yaris or a Honda Jazz, all of which will hold their value much better than the rather off-focus Perodua.