Backlighting

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Backlighting

A practice in which a person or object is lit from behind rather than from another angle. It can be used in video recordings or in other media like billboards. Backlighting is often used in advertising and marketing for dramatic effect.
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Delivery for Backlit 2200 or 3200 Series conveyors and related accessories are typically two weeks from final approval.
The HP Compaq L2311c features a full HD, LED backlit LCD display panel, integrated Ethernet, SuperSpeed USB 3.0 and USB 2.0 ports, as well as a built-in 720p HD webcam.
This image, colorized gray-scale, is a composite of the individual video frames of the backlit fuel droplet.
Measurements are instantly displayed as large numerals on the backlit display.
A simplified version of the 226, the 104 includes customized backlit buttons and a smaller form factor with four input source select buttons.
The unit's backlit LCD screen shows setpoint and actual temperatures.
The player has a now-standard backlit LCD display, various music modes and the ability to display Japanese characters.
It also has a seventeen-track song sequencer, a backlit LCD window, mixer function, MIDI in/out jacks, sixteen-channel multi timbral, two headphone jacks plus stereo line out jacks and a two-speaker audio system.
Other features include the ability to remotely dial the Talker and gain access to the speaker and microphone, using a security code and a backlit display.
The Model MDO3R-02/04 is available as either a 2 x 20 or a 4 x 20 backlit LCD with 19 membrane keys and 128 kilobytes of flash memory.
Backlit panels of washi (hand-made paper) form the inner skin of these circulation areas and the same material is used to wrap wooden pots, creating an appropriate transition to the works on paper that are displayed in softly-lit galleries at the core of the building.
Features include a tilt and swivel control unit on the load frame, easy-to-read backlit liquid crystal display, graphic or numeric display mode and alpha numeric data entry.