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Flash: Built-in to most digital cameras, sometimes adjust for intensity of flash.
Piezo-Electric Flash: Tiny flash bulbs (normally housed in flash cubes) which can be fired by a very low current produced by striking a piezo-electric crystal. Such bulbs can therefore be used without a battery.
Open Flash: Is a method of flash operation using the following sequence: shutter opened, flash fired, shutter closed. Usually shutter duration is unimportant since the available light is much dimmer tha . . . View Full Definition
Multiple Flash: Is the use of more than one flash unit, usually operating simultaneously to light a subject.
Ring Flash: Ring shaped electronic flash unit attached to the front of a lens. Used to give even frontal lighting in closeup situations.
Step Flashing: Flashing application method used where a vertical surface meets a sloping roof plane. 6' X 6' galvanized metal bent at a 90 degree angle, and installed beneath siding and over the top of shi . . . View Full Definition
Cap Flashing: The portion of the flashing attached to a vertical surface to prevent water from migrating behind the base flashing.
Counter Flashing: A metal flashing usually used on chimneys at the roofline to cover shingle flashing and used to prevent moisture entry.
Microflash: Is an electronic flash of very short duration used to illuminate subjects traveling at a very high rate of speed.
Flashback: A disruption of the chronological presentation of events, in which an event from the past is presented in a program's present. See flashforward.