high-resolution

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high-resolution (comparative higher-resolution, superlative highest-resolution)

  1. Having a high resolution; for example, having a large number of pixels per unit area.
    • 2021 July 14, Gareth Dennis, “#RailNatter... all about Rail Live matters”, in RAIL, number 935, page 35, photo caption:
      Costing more than the helicopter it is attached to, this impressive £1 million multi-spectral camera and sensor array picks up a huge range of data above and beyond the high-resolution aerial photography that Sean Leahy and the Network Rail Air Operations team have become known for.

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