zoom in on

zoom in on

1. Obtain a close up view of the subject with a camera, as in The TV people zoomed in on the Olympic gold medalist. [Mid-1900s]
2. Focus on, examine closely, as in The moderator got the panelists to zoom in on the health-care issue. [Second half of 1900s]
See also: on, zoom
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Users also can rapidly re-center and zoom in on a selected area of a larger image with just the click of a mouse and use select handheld PDAs for access and control.
Through synchronized navigation, the application allows users to zoom in on a region of interest and quickly analyze bilateral structures; masking, bright light and binocular tools simplify the transition from film to softcopy review.
Our client needed a product that would allow their consumers to quickly see product images and zoom in on them for more detail.
Prospective aircraft buyers can zoom in on leather texture, woodwork, gauge and dial placement, and other elements for a closer look without losing resolution or waiting for photos to reload.
The Redlining module allows users to add both graphic and textual notations to documents using ViewMark(TM), which permits users to zoom in on specific sections of a document and then e-mail a hyperlink containing an exact pointer to the desired section.
The System is exciting to us since it allows us to create `living' presentations of our swimwear models on-line, allowing shoppers to rotate the models to `see' the suit in action and to zoom in on specific details.
A roll-over feature allows viewers to zoom in on details including fabric patterns and accessories to fully examine how the clothing looks on "real" models.
Users can zoom in on, explore and pan images to take full advantage of the image's fine details and resolution using any popular browser and without special plug-ins or client software.
3Dshopping technology also allows Internet users to click on specific color selections, zoom in on texture enhancements and examine how clothing fits on "real" models.