A four-wheeled cart that travels on a lightweight track track and enables the camera to smoothly capture movement shots while being pushed or pulled the track.
A type of single camera shooting in which a scene is shoe many times with the camera moving to a different position each time to capture the scene from various angles. The finished scene is edited together to look like it was shot with several cameras.
A technique of the remote shooting where multiple cameras are used.
Nickel cadmium (NiCad)
A type of rechargeable battery commonly used to power cameras.
Single camera shooting
A technique of remote shooting that involves only one camera and is most often used for event recording.
A covering using mostly foam, placed over a mic to reduce the rumble or flapping sound created when wind blows across the mic
A background curtain on a set that is stretched tight and pulled to cover the walls and curves of the studio, forming a solid background color
An effect caused by certain fabric patterns in which the the system reproduces that pattern with a rainbow of colors or moving lines displayed in the patterned area.
The person responsible for selecting the furniture, wall and window coverings, accent accessories, and all the other design elements that complete a programs set. Also called a set dresser.
A scale drawing of the set as viewed from above, that illustrates the location of furniture, walls, doors, and windows.
All the visual and design elements on a set, such as rugs, lamps, wall covering, curtains, and room accent accessories.