aperture plate


aperture plate
1) Техника: дырчатая пластина, кадровая рамка (фильмового канала), кодирующая пластина (в кодирующей ЭЛТ)
2) Кино: рамка кадрового окна
3) Металлургия: диафрагма
4) Макаров: диафрагма фототелеграфа

Универсальный англо-русский словарь. . 2011.

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