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Encyclopedia > Lag time

Latent period (also known as incubatory period) is the interval between exposure to an infectious organism, toxin or carcinogen and the onset of clinical symptoms of disease. A toxin, in a scientific context, is a biologically produced substance that causes injury to the health of a living thing on contact or absorption, typically by interacting with biological macromolecules such as enzymes and receptors. ... In pathology, a carcinogen is any substance or agent that promotes cancer. ...


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* Lag Time - (Photography): Definition (313 words)
Lag time is the time between you pressing the shutter release button and the camera actually taking the shot.
There is no shutter lag time at all, autofocus is quick as lightning and capturing images is as fast as on a traditional SLR camera.
This feature is also known as "lag time." While this guide is measuring the recycle time in high resolution mode, it important to note that this feature will vary, depending on the resolution chosen for the particular shot.
LAG TIME (395 words)
Lag time is the gap between when you send a question or comment into cyberspace and when you receive a response.
And unfortunately, you have no direct control over lag time and are at the mercy of hardware and human limitations.
It is also important for all of us to recognize the impact of lag time and send questions or comments while allowing for the human and hardware limitations that affect the electronic communication process.
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