Video Cameras

Some articles on video cameras, video, camera, cameras:

Traditional Animation - Process - Computers and Digital Video Cameras
... Computers and digital video cameras can also be used as tools in traditional cel animation without affecting the film directly, assisting the animators in their work ... Additionally, video cameras give the opportunity to see a "preview" of the scenes and how they will look when finished, enabling the animators to correct and improve upon them without having to ...
Digital Movie Camera - History
... concept of "electronic cinematography," utilizing its analog Sony HDVS professional video cameras. 1920 × 1080 pixel digital professional video cameras based on CCD technology, the idea, now re-branded as "digital cinematography," began to gain traction in the market ... in 24 frame-per-second high-definition digital video, partially developed by George Lucas using a Sony HDW-F900 camera, following Robert Rodriguez's introduction to the camera at George Lucas's ranch whilst editing ...
Steve Chabot - U.S. House of Representatives - Tenure
... a Town Hall meeting with his constituents on August 22, 2011 where video cameras were banned ... During the meeting two citizens had video cameras seized by a police officer ... The incident was captured by one of the seized cameras and by press cameras that were allowed to record the meeting ...

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