In digital cameras and digital video recording devices, a zoom lens let you to select any focal length within the len’s range. The lens changes the angle of view and its magnifying power based on the zooming range selected.
Zooming out gives the photographer a wide-angle view that captures a wide expanse of a scene. When you zoom in, the field of view narrows and you can focus on small portions of the scene without having to physically moving closer.
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- zoom ring
A zoom adjustment ring found on many digital video recorders and digital cameras. Zoom rings enable motorized zoom that allows you to change the focal length in real-time as you shoot. A 4X zoom lens, for example, will enlarge or reduce the subject in an image by four times depending on which way it’s zoomed. […]
- .INI File
Pronounced dot -in-ee file, a file that has a.INI extension and contains configuration information for MS-Windows. Two.INI files, WIN.INI and SYSTEM.INI, are required by MS-Windows. In addition, many applications have their own.INI files. In Windows 95 and Windows NT,.INI files have been replaced by the Registry, though many applications still include.INI files for backward compatibility.
In computer viruses .dam is part of the McAfee naming convention for viruses and Trojans. McAfee attaches the .dam suffix to the end of a virus name to indicate that the sample is damaged and will not actually run.
In computer viruses .dr is part of the McAfee naming convention for viruses and Trojans. McAfee attaches the .dr suffix to the end of a virus names to indicate that it detected a dropper; a file that installs or drops other malware.
In computer viruses, @m is part of the McAfee naming convention for viruses and Trojans. McAfee attaches the @m suffix to the end of a virus name to indicate that this virus can transmit itself via e-mail. The single m indicates that this is a low-volume transmission, usually one e-mail transmitted per e-mail that a […]