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Synonyms for film

cinema

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adapt for the screen

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  • adapt for the screen
  • make into a film

Synonyms for film

a thin coating or layer

a thin sheet of (usually plastic and usually transparent) material used to wrap or cover things

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This film image released by Summit Entertainment shows Taylor Lautner, left, and Mackenzie Foy in a scene from "The 'Twilight Saga- Breaking Dawn Part 2'
This same standard also informs microfilm users that if they have used acetate-based microfilm for recording images, they should not expect the images to be retrievable for longer than 100 years because acetate-based film images have an LE rating of only 100.
3D Dental images are enhanced, in office, CT scans of the mouth and are a dynamic improvement over historical two dimensional panoramic film images as well as conventional, higher radiation, hospital CT scans that have been utilized for the past 30 years.
Dental 3D imaging are enhanced CT scans of the mouth and are a dynamic improvement over historical two dimensional panoramic film images or outsourced high radiation medical scans that have been utilized for the past 30 years.
Unlike film images, digital images can be enhanced and manipulated by the radiologist for improved reading.
Coast Dental, a leading provider of dental care in Florida, Georgia, Virginia and Tennessee, "wanted a digital imaging system that equaled or surpassed the quality of film images - and Kodak delivered," said Michael Smith, Coast's Chief Information Officer.
Previously, surgeons brought bulky film images and patient records into the operating room, where a surgical assistant would often physically hold them for the physician.
According to the Photo Marketing Association, Digital printing activity will be driving this growth as the number of prints made from film images declines.
Whether acquired on 16mm or 35mm film, the digital intermediate process converts film images into high-resolution data files that give filmmakers sophisticated methods for manipulating the image.
There are numerous benefits associated with the DFP-8000D, including multi-tasking processing and simultaneous acquisition, processing and storing of film images.
The system will allow referring physicians to retrieve these film images for MRI, CT, PET, and other diagnostic studies within minutes of the patient completing the exam.
Also new are three modes for shooting 16:9 wide-screen video, and greatly expanded Cine-Like gamma curves, producing images strikingly similar in tone to film images.
The inclusion of Digital ICE3(TM) by ASF (Kodak Austin Development Center) allows the user to digitally clean, correct and restore film images to optimize the image quality.