Bazı ülkelerde, hükümdarların, mareşallerin, din adamlarının güç sembolü olarak törenlerde taşıdıkları bir tür ağaç veya metalden değnek.
İhtiyarların baston yerine kullandıkları uzun sopa.
An ancient name of a gum.
Number set by the American Standards Assoc , which is placed on film stock to allow calculation of the length and 'F' number of an exposure Reference, 'F' numbers.
Abbreviation for American Standards Association In conjunction with a number, e g , ASA 400, refers to film 'speed' or sensitivity The higher the number, the more sensitive the film.
American Standards Association.
American Society of Agronomy; American Soybean Association; American Sugar Alliance.
Abbreviation for American Standards Association Former name of ANSI.
American Standards Association denotes a speed system with which manufacturers may 'rate' their film in terms of its sensitivity to light Now superseded by ISO.
American Standards Association Former name of ANSI.
Advertising Standards Authority.
The Advertising Standards Authority Used inside the Marketing Industry as the standard initial set to describe the organisation name.
American Standards Association Denotes a speed system in which manufacturers rate their film in terms of of its sensitivity to light Now superseded by ISO.
American Subcontractors Association.
Exposure Index or speed rating that denotes the film sensitivity, defined by the American National Standards Institution Actually defined only for black-and-white films, but also used in the trade for color films.
Top American Standards Association;.
American Society on Aging A national professional organization.
Acoustical Society of America.
Assessing Services Agency, the private agency under contract with BEAS to assess the needs of persons seeking long term care services.
Film speed rating The numbers are identical to those in the ISO system.
Acronym for American Standards Association; replaced by ISO in film speed.
Associate of the Society of Actuaries See Society of Actuaries.
American Speed Association, which sponsors stock car races.
Assistant Secretary of the Army for Research, Development and Acquisition.
Rating that describes the sensitivity of a film to light The ASA rating doubles as the sensitivity of the film doubles.
Exposure Index or speed rating that denotes the film sensitivity, defined by the American National Standards Instution Actually defined only for black-and-white films, but also used in the trade for color films Films differ greatly in their sensitivity to light Some require a lot of light to record an acceptable image, while others need much less If your film recieves the proper amount of light, the final image will reproduce your subject in it's proper tones and colors But if the film gets too much light , the image will be pale and lacking in detail; if it gets too little light , the image will be dark and muddy.
Film speed rating similar to an ISO rating See film speed.