In digital camera terminology, high definition photo is a shooting mode found on some digital cameras that produces a 1920×1080 pixel high-definition (HD) quality photo that will perfectly fit a wide-screen HDTV (16:9) for full-screen viewing. High definition photos may also be available on some digital cameras when capturing motion picture recording (videos) using the camera, rather than still pictures. Digital cameras that have the high definition photo feature also will offer an optional component cable that you can use to connect the digital camera directly to the HDTV.
- high-density disk
A high-quality floppy disk capable of holding more data than a double-density disk. High-density 5¼-inch disks for PCs can hold 1.2MB (megabytes) of data. High-density 3½-inch disks can store 1.44MB.
- high-gain antenna
An antenna that is used to increase signal strength. High-gain antennas are necessary for long-range wireless networks.
- High-Level Language
)A programming language such as C, FORTRAN, or Pascal that enables a programmer to write programs that are more or less independent of a particular type of computer. Such languages are considered high-level because they are closer to human languages and further from machine languages. In contrast, assembly languagesare considered low-level because they are very […]
- high memory
See high memory area.
- high memory area
In DOS -based systems, the high memory area refers to the first 64K of extended memory.