transitive verb-·lit· or -·light·ed, -·light·ing
to light, or illuminate, from the rear or from the side away from the camera or the viewer
light or illumination from behind the person or thing being viewed
- A type of spotlight, used in photography, that illuminates a subject from behind.
- A light that amplifies the brightness of an LCD screen by illuminating it from behind.
transitive verbback·light·ed, or back·lit back·light·ing, back·lights
To light from behind: The photographer backlit the subject for a dramatic effect.
(third-person singular simple present backlights, present participle backlighting, simple past and past participle backlighted or backlit)
- To illuminate something from behind.
backlight - Computer Definition
- Other features offered are hourly time signal, 12/24 hour time formats, alarm, auto calendar, 1/100 second stopwatch and electro-luminescent backlight with Afterglow and the particular Water resistant to 200 meters and shock resistant.
- Functions include Clear resin band with buckle closure, silver face with Light Green Round and Duplex display having Quartz movement, Shock resistant, water resistant up to 100 meters, Backlight with Afterglow,1/100 Sec.
- This new Casio Baby-G G-MS MSG135L-2V offers style with elegance in a with bluish tint and leather band with buckle closure and silver dial and face with digital display and electro luminescent backlight with Afterglow.
- It is water resistant to a depth of 100 meters / 330 feet, has Hourly Time Signal, Auto-Calendar, Day Counter, Daily Alarm, Dual Time, Telememo, Backlight, 12/24-Hour Formats, Stopwatch and Shock Resistant.
- Excessive fiddling through the menu and leaving the backlight on will obviously reduce this figure, but this iPod still goes on strong for most of your day, even if you have it playing the entire time.