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This controls the amount of light in one frame, along with retaining excellent sharpness in photos.
The CATRA tester is an automatic and semi-automatic knife sharpness and life testing machine that measures sharpness and edge life (durability) of a wide range of blades and knives for guality control, R&D and competitor product evaluation.
The new lenses maintain their sharpness even when wide open under low light conditions or during the change of shooting distance.
They look beautiful, feel comfortable in the hand and came in the top 1 percent of all brand knives when tested for sharpness and edge retention.
Alex (Hleb) is still searching for sharpness and fitness, as is the case with Beausejour.
The sharpness of a photographic imaging system or of a component of the system (lens, film, image sensor, scanner, enlarging lens, etc.
After a result that left both sides still in danger of relegation from the Premiership, Keegan said: "I've said for five or six weeks now that Michael is getting back to full sharpness - but every time he doesn't score, people say he is not the same player.
Keegan said: "I've said for five or six weeks now thatMichael is getting back to full sharpness - but every time he doesn't score, people say he is not the same player.
Information would be transmitted from a thin-film transistor to the windshield through a magnifying lens that guarantees the image is of the proper size and sharpness.
Though not devoid of satiric sharpness, ``Matando Cabos' '' has such a bleak view of human nature that it leaves you wishing that someone would just take all of its self-centered characters away somewhere and never bring them back.
The most important limit for its spatial resolution in the mode of scanning the neutron density with a scatterer follows from the finite sharpness of the gravitational barrier penetrability in function of a scatterer height.
Brown's mellifluous voice flows like honey, but can sting with an appropriate sharpness when called for.