Something having a polished surface for reflecting light or heat, as a mirror, a speculum, etc.
A reflecting telescope.
The portion of a light fixture that shrouds the lamps and directs the light emitted from the lamps.
or Reflecting Telescope A telescope which uses a curved mirror to focus the light rays entering the telescope. All the largest telescopes in the world, as well as the Space Telescope, are basically reflecting telescopes.
Any surface that reflects light. Reflectors can be constructed of cardboard, metal, cloth, or other material. In motion picture projection, primarily the lamphouse mirror and the screen.
A surface used reflect light onto the subject, usually made of shiny metal, white cloth. Or cardboard.
A surface, such as white cardboard, used to redirect light into shadow areas of a scene or subject.
A piece of material with a reflective surface that directs light in a desired direction. Reflectors are frequently specular, but may also be glossy, diffuse or matte.
shiny device used to alter the path of light; a mirror is a reflector
Any surface from which light can be reflected. Used to reflect light from a main source into the shadow areas. (see Lastolite)
the part of a luminaire which controls the light emitted by the lamp (e.g. Cat2 reflector)
Material used to reflect light onto a subject. A flash reflector is a shiny surface situated behind the flash tube that reflects light in a specific direction.
Mirror-based telescope in which a mirror at the bottom of the tube directs light up towards the front of the tube. Most economical of the major telescope designs.
A surface, usually a rock or SEDIMENT layer, that strongly reflects seismic (sound) waves.
A "bounce" as mentioned above or a dish-shaped item that surrounds the back of a light source, ensuring no light "escapes" and it is all directed at the subject.
A telescope that uses mirrors for its optics.
a surface that reflects light, heat, a polished surface
Controlling light output by means of reflection (mirror).
The part of a luminaire that redirects by reflection some light emitted from the lamp.
telescope that uses a mirror - instead of a lens - to collect and focus the light coming from astronomical objects. The term 'reflector' is also used for the mirror itself.
A tool for redirecting light onto the subject. Usually white, metallic, a cloth or any light-reflecting board.
A shiny material used at the back of a luminaire to reduce light wastage and intensify the beam.
Lighting accessory helpful for spreading light as well as filling in shadows. Often made of light-weight reflective metal or poster board covered with metallic material.
The concave silvered area covered by the lens that concentrates the light from the bulb into a beam. Do not attempt to wipe the reflector clean as this will scratch the highly polished surface and reduce the efficiency of the beam.
a large white or silver (reflective) surface that can be used to reposition an available light source
a mirror-like piece that mounts in a florescent fixture above the lamps
a nice little invention that gets more light for the plants from your existing light source
a particular mirror-like piece this climbs within a particular florescent fixture over the lamps
a piece of silver backed material or even home-made foil backed cardboard that you use to bounce light back at the image from a second direction
a polished aluminum device used to reflect light
a surface that is designed to "reflect" additional light into an area
A reflector is an object used to direct light onto the subject.
A telescope whose optics, apart from the eyepiece, consist of mirrors.
A device used to redirect the luminous flux from a source by the process of reflection.
A device used to redirect the light flow from a source by bouncing it off the surface.
A hood mounted directly over the bulb, which directs and reflects more light downward.
Mirrored or polished surface designed to project light in a specific direction
An optical device to reflect light. PHOTO-OPTIC reflector lamps utilize ellipsoidal (converging light rays) or parabolic (collimating light rays) reflectors. Dichroic coated reflectors are designed to reflect visible light and pass through unwanted infrared wavelengths.
A piece of material with a reflective surface that directs light in a desired direction from a luminaire.
Any device used to reflect light onto a subject to improve balance of exposure (contrast). Another way is to use fill in flash.
The component of a light fixture that directs most of the light to the intended location.
A telescope that uses a concave mirror to gather light and form an image at a focal plane.
A device that reflects light, to be located at the front, and back of the bike along with both tires. To make yourself more visible.
The part of a light fixture that shrouds the lamps and redirects some of the light emitted from the lamp.
A telescope whose objective is a mirror.
Surrounds the lamp and directs and focuses the light rays in one direction.
Any mirrored surface, often blown mercury glass, or concaved metal surface designed to increase light output by reflection.
A telescope that uses a mirror to collect light. Also called a Newtonian
A white, silver, or other reflective object used to reflect light into the shadow areas of a subject, especially in direct sunlight where contrast is high. Reflectors can be bought or easily improvised, and are especially essential at model shoots.
Lighting accessory helpful for spreading light as well as filling in shadows. Often made of white poster board or foamcore, lightweight reflective metal, or poster board covered with metallic foil.
A built in reflective surface on a fixture.
A telescope that uses a polished, curved mirror to gather light and reflect it to a focus.
A piece of material with a reflective surface that directs radiant energy (light)in a desired direction.
Device designed to reflect light (usually the headlights of an approaching vehicle) back to the driver as a form of Indication or warning; used at front (amber), front side (amber), rear side (red) and rear (red) to signal overall dimensions of truck or trailer to approaching driver.
A device for reflecting light in a chosen direction from its surface. Depending on the brightness desired, these may be either diffuse, glossy, matte, or specular. (See Diffused Lighting, Gloss, Matte and Specular).
any substance from which light can be reflected. It also describes a white or gray card used to reflect from a main light source into shadow areas.
A reflector is something that is used to reflect light onto an object. A flash reflector is a shiny surface that is behind the flash tube which reflects the light in a specific direction.
The LCD has a smooth silver piece of aluminium foil, bonded to the rear polarizer that reflects incoming ambient light. Backlighting cannot be used with reflective LCDs.
1.) A reflective surface, such as a piece of white cardboard, that can be positioned to redirect length, especially into shadow areas. Also called a flat. 2.) A reflective surface, often bowl-shaped, that is placed behind a lamp to direct more light from the lamp toward the subject.