This is thought to be triggered by the low light levels that we get during winter.
What does LLL stand for?
LLL stands for Low Light Level (camera)
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- Information technology (IT) and computers
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We have 93 other meanings of LLL in our Acronym Attic
- Living Like Larry (Spongebob Squarepants)
- Location, Location, Location
- Logistics Lesson Learned
- Long Lost Love
- Long, Long, Long (Beatles song)
- Longer Letter Later (on the end of a note)
- Longitudinal Level of the Lesion (neurology)
- Loony Liberal Left
- Low Level Language
- Low Level Laser
- Low Liquid Level
- Low Location Lighting
- Low-Level Light
- Low-Level Logic
- Lower Left Lid
- Loyal Lusitanian Legion (Peninsular War)
- Lutheran Laymen's League
- Lenstra-Lenstra-Lovasz algorithm with Successive Interference Cancellation
- Lenstra-Lenstra-Lovasz algorithm with Zero-Forcing
- Lake Leelanau Lake Association (Leland, MI)
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Excelitas' LynX (TM) Silicon Photomultiplier Module was designed with significant customer input and is an important new addition to our growing range of Low Light Level Detection (L3D) offerings based on high-performance solid state detectors," said Michael Ersoni, Senior Vice President and General Manager of Excelitas Technologies' global detection business.
We are coming to the end of the summer and many of our pots and containers didn't do great because of daily drownings and low light levels.
They work better in low light levels, including indoors, he says, and they are lighter and less fragile than silicon cells, which are usually mounted on glass or rigid plastic.
The latter feature extended-distance viewing, choice of varifocal lenses, and contrast and color clarity in low light levels.
The NightSense mode, which automatically activates from color to monochrome in low-light conditions, provides round-the-clock surveillance by delivering optimum image quality even at low light levels.
Other features include the new "Wide Duplex" reticle and fully coated lenses which deliver a clear, bright sight picture across the wide field of view in low light level conditions.
Until now domestic bulbs have suffered from a yellow tinge caused by relatively low light levels.