zoom

  1. a rapid rise
  2. the act of rising upward into the air

Zoom

Allows the user to frame a shot prior to recording it or to close-up on a subject while filming to create a special visual effect. This is achieved by changing the focal length of the lens (= Optical Zoom). Zoom speed is controled

Zoom

A variable focus lens.

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[Fat Larry`s Band song] `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 Kingdom, peaking at #2 on the UK Singles Chart. It remains one of the group`s best-known songs. The song was featured in the popular Bri...
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Zoom

Allows the user to get a close up image of far away subjects. In the optical range the image is magnified by the lens. In the digital range the image is enlarged electronically.
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Zoom

A Lens which is constructed to allow a continuously variable focal length; in effect, this gives you many lenses of different focal lengths in one unit. (e.g. 80-200 mm). (see Focal length, Standard lens, Tele & Wide)
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Zoom

To increase or decrease the scale of the map view window. Zoom out to view a smaller scale map and zoom in to view at a larger scale.
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[v] - move noisily, as of aircraft 2. [v] - move along very quickly
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Zoom

To enlarge a portion of an image to view it more clearly.
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Zoom

Allows the user to frame a shot or to close-up on a subject while filming to create a special visual effect. This is a continuously variable function and achieved by changing the focal length of the lens. Zoom speed is controlled.
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Zoom

Choosing a different screen magnification to reveal less of a page at large size or more of a page at small size.
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The action of a varifocal lens system in a camera or microscope that maintains an object in focus while approaching it or receding from it; this effect may be obtained by moving two or more of the lens components at rates bearing a linear relation to one another. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Zoom

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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Zoom

The practice of rapidly moving a camera either toward or away from the subject being photographed. This procedure is now accomplished through specialized lenses as well as camera movement. Zoom effects can also be achieved and enhanced by the use of an optical printer. Motions toward or away from the filmed image in the processing of the product ca...
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Zoom

Zoom is drug slang for amphetamines.
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[TV channel] 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 is a part of The Times Group, one of India`s largest media conglomerates. It has also been available on mobile internet since Mar...
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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 also be achieved and enhanced by the use of an optical printer.
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zoom

An abrupt and steep climb
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Zoom

A high intensity light system that is used to lighten teeth at a dental office.
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Zoom

The lens of a camera is used to magnify an image.
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[company] ==History== At the beginning, the company started producing few titles for the Sharp X68000 system, and then for other console systems. In April 1993, Zoom established a joint venture with Imagineer, however Imagineer-Zoom was disbanded in January 1995 because of poor performance. Dolucky series is their most notable game series w...
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[dance music group] 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. ==Discography== ===Studio albums=== ===Singles=== ...
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[TV channel, Ukraine] Broadcast is only in Ukrainian. The channel can be received in the territory of Ukraine in a network of digital terrestrial television DVB-T2 (nationwide multiplex MX-2), and also in the package of cable television, where Zoom, under the relevant contracts and licenses, replaced MTV Ukraine. Abroad, the channel recepti...
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