|(Photography) method of checking a meter on a camera||TTL (through the lens)|
|(Photography) move a camera up and down on a camera pedestal||ped|
|(Slang) loud noise; swindle; trap; ambush; competition or game organized with an opponent who can be defeated without effort, arrangement, organization; scheme; camera position ready for a specific shot, assemble; arrrange; establish; operate; cause so...||set tub|
|3-legged household object, 3-legged support, three-legged stand (for example used to support a camera); something with three legs (e.g. stool, table, vessel, etc.)||tripod|
|a trademark for a camera that produces pictures that develop within seconds of being taken, or the film used in such a camera, a trademark for a specially treated transparent plastic that allows polarized light through and is used to reduce glare in su...||Polaroid|
|a trademark for a hand-held camera invented by George Eastman in 1888 and for photographic supplies such as film, brand of cameras and photographic equipment and accessories||Kodak|
|a trademark for a make of box camera||Brownie|
|a trademark for a portable, shoulder-mounted television camera used in outside broadcasts||Minicam|
|act of hitting ball, attempt, attempt to score, blasting explosion, bullet or cannonball, camera view, chance at winning, continuous uninterrupted film sequence, filled with particular quality, firing of a bullet or other projectile from a weapon; rang...||shot|
|act of very rapid movement, carry out steep climb in aircraft, increase suddenly, loud buzzing noise, make loud buzzing noise, move speedily, moving speedily; moving with a low buzzing sound; buzzing sound; climbing at a sharp incline; camera lens enab...||zoom|
|advance detachment, block opponent, blocking tactic, camera plate for focusing, conceal or shelter somebody or something, concealment, cover with a curtain; filter, sift; hide, conceal; separate, divide; protect, shield; project a film, show a movie, d...||screen|
|amount paid, filmed sequence showing event, length measured in feet; scene which has been filmed on camera, length of piece of film, payment by size, size in feet||footage|
|appear momentarily, badge on uniform or vehicle, beam, gleam, flare; spark; brief news dispatch; outbreak; split-second; flash of a camera; showiness, brief moment, bright lighting used in photography, catch fire suddenly, coat something for protection...||flash|
|arrangement, structure, organization; hoax, staged event with a predetermined outcome; configuration of hardware or software (Computers), dishonest plan or trick, erect carriage of body, organization of something, position of camera for scene, set of p...||setup|
|art of producing images on film that is sensitive to light or radiation, art of taking pictures, producing pictures with a camera, using light to make pictures||photography|
|art of recording with video camera||videography|
|astronomical telescope, Schmidt camera||Schmidt telescope|
|automatic camera setting||automatic exposure|
|baking tin, betel leaf, concavity in earth, container for waste, cook food in a frying pan; criticize harshly; move a video camera from one side to the other to capture a panoramic view, cooking pot, critical review, criticize severely, dish for sortin...||pan|
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