Technology / Digital Cameras / Brightness Controls
Brightness Controls: Adjustments on an LCD to make it more readable in bright light.
Land Use And Development Controls: Ordinances, resolutions, and controls enacted by local government under the authority of state enabling legislation to protect public health, safety, or welfare. Many controls can affect agr . . . View Full Definition
Vegetative Controls: Nonpoint source pollution control practices that involve planting cover crops to reduce erosion and minimize loss of pollutants.
Forward Controls: The foot pegs, foot brake, and shifter on a motorcycle can be located either pretty much straight down from the rider or positioned more to the front of the bike. In a forward position, the . . . View Full Definition
Exchange Controls: A marketplace in which shares, options and futures on stocks, bonds, commodities, and indexes are traded. Principal U.S. stock exchanges are: New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), American Stock E . . . View Full Definition
Brightness Range: Subjective term describing the difference in illumination between the darkest and lightest areas of the subject.
Brightness (Luminance): In the context of television's image quality, how bright or dark a color is.
Foreign Exchange Controls: Currency of another country. Abbreviated Forex.