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v. ~ 1. To show greater detail. - 2. To move in closer to a subject. Notes:  Zoom1 is used in some computer applications to mean magnifying an image without changing the frame size to see greater det [..]
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The action of varying the focal length of a zoom lens to enlarge (zoom in) or reduce (zoom out) the image.
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1886, of echoic origin. Gained popularity c. 1917 as aviators began to use it. As a noun from 1917. The photographer's zoom lens is from 1936, from the specific aviation sense of zoom as "to [..]
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a transformation where a shape is made larger (or smaller if reversed) without changing its position or direction.
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The act of enlarging a portion of an onscreen image for fine detail work; most graphics programs have this capability.
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Used instead of collections of fixed-focal-length lenses and, unfortunately, instead of a dolly.
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The camera moves in or out without a cut.
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Dictionary of Internet Terms To show a smaller area of an image at a higher magnification’ zoom in ‘ or a larger area at a lower magnification ‘zoom out ‘ ,as though using a zoom l [..]
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In graphical user interfaces, to make a window larger. Typically, there is a zoom box in one corner of the window. When you select the zoom box the first time, the system expands the window to fill th [..]
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In photography, to alter the size of an image from a stationary camera position without changing perspective by using a zoom lens to increase or decrease the focal length. In cinematography, this type [..]
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An optical effect in which the image rapidly grows larger or smaller as though the camera is moving closer or away from its subject.
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To change the display magnification so that it focuses on progressively smaller areas (when you zoom in) or larger areas (when you zoom out) of an image.
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"Zoom" reduction or enlargement modes may be selected by the operator in 1% increments. Magnification percentages (+/-) typically range from 65% to 155%.
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The Zoom function enables you to reduce or enlarge copies within a certain percentage range. These days, digital copiers can zoom as high 800 percent and reduce as low as 25 percent.
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Reduces or enlarges your copies within a certain range, such as from 50 percent to 200 percent. Digital copiers can zoom as high as 400 percent to 800 percent and shrink as low as 25 percent.
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(n) a rapid rise(n) the act of rising upward into the air(v) move along very quickly(v) move with a low humming noise(v) rise rapidly
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A feature in many applications that allows the user to magnify a small area of the file (as if moving in closer: zoom in) or view more of the page with less detail (as if moving farther away: zoom out [..]
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Changing the effective focal length to allow different fields of view to fill the picture area. Zoom can be optical, where the lens is adjusted, or digital, where a portion of the view selected is mag [..]
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Zoom functionality is available in many network camera models. It allows users to zero in on specific details and areas of a scene, and can often be controlled remotely.
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The ability to change the magnification of a scene. Zoom Lens
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A facility that adjusts the lens of the camera to make an image seem closer than it is in reality.
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 The lens of a camera is used to magnify an image.
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refers to an adjustable field of view. Cameras may have manual zoom with a varifocal lens or remote zoom with a powered zoom lens. Some DVR video recorders also have the ability to change the monitori [..]
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The steady change in magnification. A zoom lens is a lens with an adjustable focal length, allowing you to shoot at different magnifications with a single lens.
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Variance of focal length from wide-angle to telephoto, or vice versa, in one continuous move. "Zoom in" and "zoom out" are common terms.
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The effect of rapid movement either towards or away from the subject being photographed, either by using a specialized zoom lens or by moving the camera on a boom, crane or dolly. Zoom effects can als [..]
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A lens with a focal length that can be changed during a shot; a shift toward the Telephoto range enlarges the image and flattens its planes together, giving an impression of moving into the scene' [..]
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To enlarge or reduce, on a continuously variable basis, the size of a televised image primarily by varying lens focal length.
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adjustable digital zoom
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  A lens of variable focal length, so that the magnification of the subject of a shot can be altered during filming. This allows an alteration in the sense of perspective between the subject and the [..]
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Making the image or image part become larger (zooming in) or smaller (zooming out) as it appears on the monitor. Back to top
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To enlarge or reduce, on a continuously variable basis, the size of a televised image primarily by varying lens focal length.
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A camera or software control that causes the image - or part of it - to appear larger (zooming in) or smaller (zooming out).
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To change the focal length to/from wide-angle and telephoto.
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Zoom is the ability to adjust the focal length of a camera lens for greater (or lesser) magnification. Zoom can be used to refer to the actual process of adjusting the focal length or to the adjustabl [..]
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A shot in which the magnification of the objects by the camera’s lenses is increased (zoom in) or decreased (zoom out).
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Zoom functionality is available in many network camera models. It allows users to zero in on specific details and areas of a scene, and can often be controlled remotely.
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A shift in the lens that appears to bring the camera nearer to the subject or away from it. In fact the shot distance remains the same as the focal length of the lens goes from Wide Angle to Telephoto [..]
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These lenses generally have a range of focal lengths, in millimeters. They are a combination of wide-angle and telephoto lenses. For example, a 10x zoom has a range from moderate wide-angle to long te [..]
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In the context of optics, zoom refers to a variable focal length system: the field of view can be changed without changes in working distance. A zoom is essentially a compromise in aberration and imag [..]
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The camera is stationary but the lens shifts, making the image appear to grow larger or smaller. A slam zoom
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Ability to change the magnification of a lens at a specific working distance, with no refocus in the case of parfocal.
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The ability of a camera lens to change its focal length in order to view objects at varying distances while retaining a sharp focus.
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The action of varying the focal length of a zoom lens to enlarge (zoom in) or reduce (zoom out) the image.
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To climb suddenly, trading airspeed for altitude. A good time to say, "Whoopee."
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An extension to the "In What Ways Might We" approach to creative problem-solving.
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Most design software lets you zoom in or out on an image to get a closer or farther away look. Zooming in is especially useful when photo retouching or working on tiny details.
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A term used to describe variable magnification optical devices. In the case of telescopic sights a magnification of about 4x is the maximum for shooting from the unsupported standing position, 10x for [..]
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a humming noise from something moving very fast a quick ascent a big increase an augmentation of a view by varying the focal length of a lens
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lang=en *title=Literary Recreations?|page=153|author=|year=1918|chapter=Words and the War|passage=First " Hun." " Did you see old Cole's zoom on a quirk this morning ? " / Second "Hun." "No; what hap [..]
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ZOOM is a half-hour educational television program, created almost entirely by children, which aired on PBS originally from January 9, 1972 to February 6, 1978. It was produced by WGBH-TV in Boston.
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Zoom or ZOOM may refer to:
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Zoom is the twelfth studio album by British symphonic rock band Electric Light Orchestra (ELO), released on 12 June 2001 on Epic Records. It was the first official ELO album since 1986's Balance of Po [..]
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Zoom is an Indian glamour and entertainment television channel primarily covering Bollywood and based in Mumbai. The channel was launched in September 2004 and caters primarily to urban audiences. It [..]
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Zoom is a 2006 American family adventure film based upon the children's book Amazing Adventures from Zoom's Academy by Jason Lethcoe. Directed by Peter Hewitt, the film stars Tim Allen, Courteney Cox, [..]
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"Zoom" is a single from American rapper Lil Boosie. It is the first single from his album, Bad Azz. The song features Yung Joc, and is written by J. "Mouse" Allen, J. Robinson, and [..]
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"Zoom" is a single from American rapper Lil Boosie. It is the first single from his album, Bad Azz. The song features Yung Joc, and is written by J. "Mouse" Allen, J. Robinson, and [..]
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"Zoom" is a single by American rappers Dr. Dre and LL Cool J, recorded for and taken from the soundtrack to the film Bulworth.
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"Zoom" is an R&B song by American band Fat Larry's Band released as the fourth single from their fifth studio album, Breakin' Out (1982). The song was a commercial hit in the United King [..]
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Zoom is an American television program for ages eight and up, created almost entirely by children. It originally aired on PBS from January 4, 1999 to May 6, 2005. It was a remake of a 1972 TV series b [..]
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Zoom an album released by The Knack in 1998. It marked a second attempted comeback by The Knack, after their first attempt in 1991 with Serious Fun fizzled. Terry Bozzio served as the drummer on the a [..]
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ZOOM Inc. (Japanese: 株式会社ズーム, Hepburn: Kabushiki gaisha Zūmu) is a Japanese video game company based in Sapporo, Japan.
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Zoom were a Eurodance group formed in Denmark. Their top hit was "Words", a cover version of the 1982 song by F.R. David. It reached number 7 in Denmark.
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ZOOM (זום‎) is an Israeli kids cable television channel. It launched on December 2, 2012 (HOT) and launched on June 3, 2013 (Yes). It is owned by Imagine Media.
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Zoom (Ukrainian: Зум) — the new Ukrainian youth entertainment channel. TV channel began broadcasting June 1, 2013 at a frequency channel MTV Ukraine Broadcast is only in Ukrainian. The channel ca [..]
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Zoom is the ninth studio album by French–Algerian singer Rachid Taha. It was released by Wrasse Records on 2 April 2013. It was produced by guitarist Justin Adams, with featured guests Mick Jones an [..]
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Zoom or ZOOM may refer to:
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Zoom is a 2015 Canadian and Brazilian live-action/animated comedy-drama film directed by Pedro Morelli, starring Gael Garcia Bernal, Alison Pill and Mariana Ximenes. It premiered at the Toronto Intern [..]
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ZOOM Inc. (Japanese: 株式会社ズーム, Hepburn: Kabushiki gaisha Zūmu) is a Japanese video game company based in Sapporo, Japan.
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