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Speed

1. In mortgage-backed securities, the estimated rate at which homeowners will pay off the underlying mortgages of an MBS. The equivalent of the coupon on a mortgage-backed security is a percentage of the interest and principal paid on the mortgages backing the security. A risk associated with mortgage-backed securities is that too many homeowners will pay off their mortgages with too much speed, depriving the holder of the MBS from future interest payments.
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* Right film, Lower film speeds require more light, but result in sharper detail.
Film speed is also important because it's how the camera decides what exposure is right for a given condition.
Breakthroughs in emulsion design undertaken by Kodak led to the development of the Vision line of film which shattered what was considered an unbreakable speed/sharpness/grain paradigm, resulting in films that raised the bar in sharpness and grain structure without compromising film speed or altering contrast and colour rendition.
He calls Mechanic's use "critical for low light." Even at an EV800 (equivalent film speed), the maximum for these cameras, Madison Square Garden is F2.8 (f-stop) at 1/320 (a large aperture at marginal shutter speed for sports), he explains.
The factors examined included film speed, optical density, horizontal angulation, and kilovoltage.
On the film side, the two rivals have been joined by another major brand, Polaroid's OneFilm, a 35mm film with a 200 film speed.
5) Use the highest possible shutter speed (at least 1/500th of a second) and the slowest possible film speed for the lighting conditions (100 ASA or less if possible).
By synchronizing the film speed and the subject speed, they produce unrivaled accuracy in velocity measurements of transient events, especially luminous objects in linear motion.
FILM SPEED Channel 5, 9pm An LAPD cop discovers a psychopathic criminal has planted a bomb on a crowded bus, primed to go off if the vehicle drops below 50mph.
Short film Speed Dating is shot from inside a car full of teenage lads who draw alongside a car carrying three pretty young girls.
By artificially jimmying the film speed, indulging in step-framing and his other visual tricks, the director in fact decreases the terrifying sense of speed that smart editing of real-time cinematography can provide.
Marco, who specialises in realistic animation and is currently working on family film Speed Racer, due for release in May, said: "Without the love and support of my family, I could never have done it."