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Video Camera & Support Equipment
Terms in this set (10)
A three-legged stand for supporting a camera or other apparatus.
A small platform on wheels used for holding heavy objects, typically film or television cameras.
A large, heavy and non-portable stand for mounting cameras in studio situations.
The act of rotating the focus ring on a camera lens until the lines of contrast in the image are as sharp as possible.
A device on a camera that indicates, either optically or electronically, what will appear in the field of view of the lens.
The diopter allows you to adjust the viewfinder sharpness to match your own eyesight.
A camera setting that determines the amount of light passing through the lens by controlling the size of the iris.
A body mount that facilitates very smooth camerawork without the using a tripod.
A device attached to the back of the tripod head that allows the camera operator to move the tripod head with the camera attached while standing behind the tripod.
A tripod head is the part of a tripod system that attaches the supported device (such as a camera) to the tripod legs, and allows the orientation of the device to be manipulated or locked down.
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