Recent Examples of strobe from the Web
Two years after racial uprisings in Ferguson, Baltimore, and other cities helped cast a strobe light on the contemporary face of racial oppression in America, James offered the nation an eloquent reminder of how race continues to shape our lives.
Footage from Bell Isle police officer Brandon Cornwell’s body camera shows officers crouched behind the main bar as the strobe lights pulsed and flickered off the disco balls.
Mace's best-selling products are its Hot Pink PERS (Personal Emergency Response System) pocket sprays, which retail for $12.99 to $59.99 for the pepper gun with strobe LED.
Eric Paslay and band punched out a performance that included strobes, drum solos and some Slash-like slide guitar.
Normally, Nikon cameras communicate with the strobes via bursts of light, coded flashes which chatter back and forth in the moments before the photo is taken.
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Origin and Etymology of strobe
by shortening & alteration
First Known Use: 1942
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