Aperture Priority Mode
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Aperture Priority Mode: The Aperture Priority mode can be found in most DSLR and SLR-like cameras and even some compact Digital Camera models. When using the Aperture Priority mode, the camera allows manual setting . . . View Full Definition
Mode: The most frequently occurring variate.
Aperture: In terms of a narrative: a conclusion with an ambiguous ending, and/or without resolution, without answering its questions. The opposite of closure. In terms of video and film cameras: the o . . . View Full Definition
Myrrh (Balsamodendron myrrha): Increases mucous membrane activity, helps fight infection by increasing white blood cells (that attack foreign microbials), treats weak pulse and cold skin, stimulates digestion by increasin . . . View Full Definition
Network Model HMO: An HMO that contracts with more than one group practice of physicians or specialty groups.
Multimode Camera: Is a 35mm camera that will operate in several modes.
Modes: See 'Qualities.'
Observational Mode: Type of television text wherein a television producer's presence is not obvious to the viewer, and his or her manipulation of the historical world is minimal.
Movie Mode: Most point-and-shoot digital cameras, and even a select number of newer digital SLRs, let you record video either as an MPEG movie or a Motion JPEG movie. Most record audio too. Although the . . . View Full Definition
Molecular Model: A representation of a molecule. The model can be purely computational or it can be an actual physical object. Stick models show bonds, ball-and-stick models show bonds and atoms, and spacefi . . . View Full Definition
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Chromogenic Materials: Color photographic materials which form dyes during processing.