Noun(1) scientific instrument that provides a flashing light synchronized with the periodic movement of an object; can make moving object appear stationary
(1) At dawn I stood before their ├ö├ç├┐sleeping tree├ö├ç├û with my feet in a puddle of water, camera on tripod, strobe on, and mosquitoes all around.(2) The strobe light atop a school bus gets noticed.(3) To begin with, it's a 40-foot-long vehicle that's painted bright orange and carrying a flashing strobe light on the roof.(4) The day of the show, we turned on the strobe lights and got ready onstage.(5) A lovely use of strobe accentuates the animal's colours without feeling too artificial and a strong diagonal line give the photo even greater clout.(6) Ah well, let's just stare at the white strobe for a few seconds.(7) At least I have one pass of the wreck with strobe working.(8) he explained that the stripes I was wearing would strobe(9) Nightclubs require smoke, I reasoned, to drift across the strobe lights, to mix with the smell of beer and mingle with the music.(10) One had a strobe with him, which helped us find them in the darkness when we returned to the spot.(11) I smiled each time my strobe synchronised with a brilliant lightning flash just above the jetty.(12) The strobe lights blind my eyes as they bounce off the walls and people.(13) First, keep the camera and strobe as warm as possible, even outdoors.(14) The plan was to cause his car to crash in a tunnel by dazzling the chauffeur with a strobe light.(15) Instead, I attacked the elephant seal with my camera and strobe .(16) strobe lights
(1) strobe light :: golau strôb
1. strobe light ::
2. stroboscope ::
Different Formsstrobe, strobes
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