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  11.Zooming out while your camera is on the air is more difficult to do well than zooming in. True        False 12.You can always tell a rookie is the camera operator if he/she a.zooms all the way out before focusing b.moves the camera pedestal in a straight line when commanded to “arc.” c.points the.
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  a.480p b.780p c.1080i d.Aliasing e.Amplifying f.Aperture g.Artifacts h.auto focus i.Auto-iris j.Burn-in k.Charge-coupled device l.color correction filters m.common filters n.Depth of field o.diaphragm p.Digital signal processing q.Electron gun r.downconvert s.Encoding t.Fast lens u.Field v.Fish-eye lens w.Fixed-focal length lenses x.Focal length y.Fog Filter z.Frame aa.  Frame transfer bb.  Frame interline transfer cc.  F-stop dd.  Hole-accumulated diode ee.  Image Orthicon ff.  Interlaced scanning gg.  Interline transfer hh.  Internal optical system ii.Iris jj.Long focal length lens kk.  Monochrome ll.Neutral density filter mm.NTSC nn.Panavision format oo. .
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a.Available light b.Background lights c.Back light d.Barn doors e.Baselight f.The Basic Lighting Triangle g.Broad h.C-Clamp i.Camera Light j.Counterweight Batten k.Contrast ratio l.Cucalorus m.Cyc lights n.Cyclorama o.Dichroic Filter p.Ellipsoidal light q.Fill light r.Fill lights s.Flag t.Flat lighting u.Flood (spread) v.Floor stands w.Fluorescent Floodlight Banks x.Focusing y.Footcandle z.Footlambert aa.  Fresnel bb.  Gaffer.
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  a.Above-the-line Personnel  b.Ad Agency Producer c.Art Director  d.Assistant Director (A.D.)  e.Below-the-line Personnel  f.Blocking  g.Business  h.Business Manager i.Call Backs j.Camcorder k.Casting Director  l.Coverage  m.Cutaway  n.Cutting  o.Director’s Cut p.Dress Rehearsal q.Edit Decision List (EDL) r.ENG s.Execution Command t.Executive Producer u.Final Run Through v.Floor Manager  w.Gaffer  x.Grip y.In the can z.Intro aa. Line.
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  a.Arc b.Baby legs c.Base d.Cable guards e.Camera operation f.Camera setup g.Cam head h.Crab dolly i.Crabbing j.Cradle head k.Crane l.Crane up/down m.Dolly n.Dolly Grip o.Floor Manager p.Fluid head q.Follow Focus r.Friction head s.Head t.Hi-hat u.IFB v.Lead Counter Weighted Studio Pedestal w.Long Legs x.Mounting Plates y.Mounting Wedges/Quick Release Shoes z.Olympian aa.  Pedestal Up/Down bb.  Peewee dd.  Riser ee.  Shot sheet ff.  Spider/Triangle gg.  Spirit level hh.  Spreader ii.  Steadicam jj.  Studio pedestal kk.  Swish-pan ll.  Tongue left/right mm.  Titan/Nova.
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  a.Arc b.Baby legs c.Base d.Cable guards e.Camera operation f.Camera setup g.Cam head h.Crab dolly i.Crabbing j.Cradle head k.Crane l.Crane up/down m.Dolly n.Dolly Grip o.Floor Manager p.Fluid head q.Follow Focus r.Friction head s.Head t.Hi-hat u.IFB v.Lead Counter Weighted Studio Pedestal w.Long Legs x.Mounting Plates y.Mounting Wedges/Quick Release Shoes z.Olympian aa.  Pedestal Up/Down bb.  Peewee dd.  Riser ee.  Shot sheet ff.  Spider/Triangle gg.  Spirit level hh.  Spreader ii.  Steadicam jj.  Studio pedestal kk.  Swish-pan ll.  Tongue left/right mm.  Titan/Nova.
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    a.AC adapter b.Analog c.Battery belt d.Black balancing f.Box cursor g.Box shot h.Broadcast-quality video i.Call button j.Camcorder k.Camera control unit l.Center screen marker m.Chrominance n.Code o.Color bar generator p.Color temperature q.Decode r.Digital cinematography camera s.Digital signal t.DTV u.EFP v.FCC w.Field x.Frame y.Grand Alliance z.  HDTV aa.  Jadoo nabII hydrogen battery bb.  Liquid crystal display cc.  Lithium-ion battery dd.  Luminance ee.  Nickel-cadmium battery ff.  Nickel metal hydride battery gg.  Power select switch hh.  Prompter ii.  Quartz.
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  a.480p b.780p c.1080i d.Aliasing e.Amplifying f.Aperture g.Artifacts h.auto focus i.Auto-iris j.Burn-in k.Charge-coupled device l.color correction filters m.common filters n.Depth of field o.diaphragm p.Digital signal processing q.Electron gun r.downconvert s.Encoding t.Fast lens u.Field v.Fish-eye lens w.Fixed-focal length lenses x.Focal length y.Fog Filter z.Frame aa.  Frame transfer bb.  Frame interline transfer cc.  F-stop dd.  Hole-accumulated diode ee.  Image Orthicon ff.  Interlaced scanning gg.  Interline transfer hh.  Internal optical system ii.Iris jj.Long focal length lens kk.  Monochrome ll.Neutral density filter mm.NTSC nn.Panavision format oo. .
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  95) Briefly explain what the refutation organizational pattern is and give an example of it. 96) Define causal reasoning and give an example. 97) Differentiate between the three types of propositions (fact, value, policy). 98) In a well-defined essay, explain what a speaker can do to enhance initial credibility, derived credibility, and terminal.
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  a.Aspect ratio b.Bust shot c.Canted angles d.Central point of interest e.Cinemascope format f.Closure g.Composition h.Extreme Close-Up (ECU) i.Extreme Long Shot (ELS) j.Framing k.Golden mean l.H&S shot m.HDTV n.Knee Shot o.Leadroom principle p.Letterbox format q.Long Shot (LS) r.Medium Close-Up (MCU) s.Medium Long Shot (MLS) t.Medium Shot (MS) u.Noseroom v.NTSC w.OTS x.Picture cutoff y.Reverse leadroom z.Rule of thirds aa.  Shot Nomenclature bb.  Two Shot (or three shot)   37.The art of creatively framing elements in a shot to best.
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  a.Available light b.Background lights c.Back light d.Barn doors e.Baselight f.The Basic Lighting Triangle g.Broad h.C-Clamp i.Camera Light j.Counterweight Batten k.Contrast ratio l.Cucalorus m.Cyc lights n.Cyclorama o.Dichroic Filter p.Ellipsoidal light q.Fill light r.Fill lights s.Flag t.Flat lighting u.Flood (spread) v.Floor stands w.Fluorescent Floodlight Banks x.Focusing y.Footcandle z.Footlambert aa.  Fresnel bb.  Gaffer.
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  a.Available light b.Background lights c.Back light d.Barn doors e.Baselight f.The Basic Lighting Triangle g.Broad h.C-Clamp i.Camera Light j.Counterweight Batten k.Contrast ratio l.Cucalorus m.Cyc lights n.Cyclorama o.Dichroic Filter p.Ellipsoidal light q.Fill light r.Fill lights s.Flag t.Flat lighting u.Flood (spread) v.Floor stands w.Fluorescent Floodlight Banks x.Focusing y.Footcandle z.Footlambert aa.  Fresnel bb.  Gaffer.
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  21.A floor manager hand-signals talent to slow down and stretch out what he/she is saying by a.pantomime “pulling taffy” with hands b.A “slit the throat” motion with the arm c.Putting hands out in front of body, flat, and push downward d.Arm extended straight up, palm facing talent 22.As a floor manager, you should always give.
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  1.The three phases of television production are: a.Introduction, body, conclusion b.Beginning, middle, end c.Preproduction, production, postproduction d.Writing, casting, production e.Producing, directing, editing 2.Which of the following is not considered above-the-line personnel? a.producers  b.directors c.writers d.video editors e.art directors. 3.Which of the following is not considered below-the-line personnel? a.video technicians b.camera.
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  a.480p b.780p c.1080i d.Aliasing e.Amplifying f.Aperture g.Artifacts h.auto focus i.Auto-iris j.Burn-in k.Charge-coupled device l.color correction filters m.common filters n.Depth of field o.diaphragm p.Digital signal processing q.Electron gun r.downconvert s.Encoding t.Fast lens u.Field v.Fish-eye lens w.Fixed-focal length lenses x.Focal length y.Fog Filter z.Frame aa.  Frame transfer bb.  Frame interline transfer cc.  F-stop dd.  Hole-accumulated diode ee.  Image Orthicon ff.  Interlaced scanning gg.  Interline transfer hh.  Internal optical system ii.Iris jj.Long focal length lens kk.  Monochrome ll.Neutral density filter mm.NTSC nn.Panavision format oo. .
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  11.The most common and flexible spot light is the a.Leko b.Ellipsoidal c.Fresnel d.Basher e.PAR 12.Which of the lighting instruments above is using a flag?  (circle the correct letter) A. B.    C.  13.Broads, scoops, fluorescents, and softlights are all essentially _______   lights.  a.spot b.fill.
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a.Arc b.Baby legs c.Base d.Cable guards e.Camera operation f.Camera setup g.Cam head h.Crab dolly i.Crabbing j.Cradle head k.Crane l.Crane up/down m.Dolly n.Dolly Grip o.Floor Manager p.Fluid head q.Follow Focus r.Friction head s.Head t.Hi-hat u.IFB v.Lead Counter Weighted Studio Pedestal w.Long Legs x.Mounting Plates y.Mounting Wedges/Quick Release Shoes z.Olympian aa.  Pedestal Up/Down bb.  Peewee dd.  Riser ee.  Shot sheet ff.  Spider/Triangle gg.  Spirit level hh.  Spreader ii.  Steadicam jj.  Studio pedestal kk.  Swish-pan ll.  Tongue left/right mm.  Titan/Nova.
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  11.Gaffers are never needed in outdoor shoots.          True        False 12.The “exquisite orchestra” used for the commercial production discussed in the Overview chapter was made up of how many musicians? 13.Unlike the sitcom and the commercial, the final script for the news story won’t exist until.
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  a.Above-the-line Personnel  b.Ad Agency Producer c.Art Director  d.Assistant Director (A.D.)  e.Below-the-line Personnel  f.Blocking  g.Business  h.Business Manager i.Call Backs j.Camcorder k.Casting Director  l.Coverage  m.Cutaway  n.Cutting  o.Director’s Cut p.Dress Rehearsal q.Edit Decision List (EDL) r.ENG s.Execution Command t.Executive Producer u.Final Run Through v.Floor Manager  w.Gaffer  x.Grip y.In the can z.Intro aa. Line.
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  11.What is the standard aspect ratio of most home televisions?   a. 2:1   b. 8:4   c. 16:9   d. 4:3   e. none of the above   12.To produce a canted angle shot the camera must be placed slightly off level to convey extremes of motion or mood. True        False 13.It’s standard practice to place the camera lens at or slightly below the talent’s eye.
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a.Arc b.Baby legs c.Base d.Cable guards e.Camera operation f.Camera setup g.Cam head h.Crab dolly i.Crabbing j.Cradle head k.Crane l.Crane up/down m.Dolly n.Dolly Grip o.Floor Manager p.Fluid head q.Follow Focus r.Friction head s.Head t.Hi-hat u.IFB v.Lead Counter Weighted Studio Pedestal w.Long Legs x.Mounting Plates y.Mounting Wedges/Quick Release Shoes z.Olympian aa.  Pedestal Up/Down bb.  Peewee dd.  Riser ee.  Shot sheet ff.  Spider/Triangle gg.  Spirit level hh.  Spreader ii.  Steadicam jj.  Studio pedestal kk.  Swish-pan ll.  Tongue left/right mm.  Titan/Nova.
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a.480p b.780p c.1080i d.Aliasing e.Amplifying f.Aperture g.Artifacts h.auto focus i.Auto-iris j.Burn-in k.Charge-coupled device l.color correction filters m.common filters n.Depth of field o.diaphragm p.Digital signal processing q.Electron gun r.downconvert s.Encoding t.Fast lens u.Field v.Fish-eye lens w.Fixed-focal length lenses x.Focal length y.Fog Filter z.Frame aa.  Frame transfer bb.  Frame interline transfer cc.  F-stop dd.  Hole-accumulated diode ee.  Image Orthicon ff.  Interlaced scanning gg.  Interline transfer hh.  Internal optical system ii.Iris jj.Long focal length lens kk.  Monochrome ll.Neutral density filter mm.NTSC nn.Panavision format oo. .
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  a.Aspect ratio b.Bust shot c.Canted angles d.Central point of interest e.Cinemascope format f.Closure g.Composition h.Extreme Close-Up (ECU) i.Extreme Long Shot (ELS) j.Framing k.Golden mean l.H&S shot m.HDTV n.Knee Shot o.Leadroom principle p.Letterbox format q.Long Shot (LS) r.Medium Close-Up (MCU) s.Medium Long Shot (MLS) t.Medium Shot (MS) u.Noseroom v.NTSC w.OTS x.Picture cutoff y.Reverse leadroom z.Rule of thirds aa.  Shot Nomenclature bb.  Two Shot (or three shot)   27.Shots in which camera tilt creates a slanted horizon. 28.A shot taken.
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  a.AC adapter b.Analog c.Battery belt d.Black balancing f.Box cursor g.Box shot h.Broadcast-quality video i.Call button j.Camcorder k.Camera control unit l.Center screen marker m.Chrominance n.Code o.Color bar generator p.Color temperature q.Decode r.Digital cinematography camera s.Digital signal t.DTV u.EFP v.FCC w.Field x.Frame y.Grand Alliance z.  HDTV aa.  Jadoo nabII hydrogen battery bb.  Liquid crystal display cc.  Lithium-ion battery dd.  Luminance ee.  Nickel-cadmium battery ff.  Nickel metal hydride battery gg.  Power select switch hh.  Prompter ii.  Quartz.
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1.Baselight is the minimal light level for your camera to operate efficiently.        True        False 2.Video noise looks like _________ .  a.lines through the picture. b.three-dimensional images c.“grain” or “snow” d.a black picture e.you can’t see video noise on the screen. 3.Lighting courtesy of Mother Nature is.
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  a.Above-the-line Personnel  b.Ad Agency Producer c.Art Director  d.Assistant Director (A.D.)  e.Below-the-line Personnel  f.Blocking  g.Business  h.Business Manager i.Call Backs j.Camcorder k.Casting Director  l.Coverage  m.Cutaway  n.Cutting  o.Director’s Cut p.Dress Rehearsal q.Edit Decision List (EDL) r.ENG s.Execution Command t.Executive Producer u.Final Run Through v.Floor Manager  w.Gaffer  x.Grip y.In the can z.Intro aa. Line.
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  a.Above-the-line Personnel  b.Ad Agency Producer c.Art Director  d.Assistant Director (A.D.)  e.Below-the-line Personnel  f.Blocking  g.Business  h.Business Manager i.Call Backs j.Camcorder k.Casting Director  l.Coverage  m.Cutaway  n.Cutting  o.Director’s Cut p.Dress Rehearsal q.Edit Decision List (EDL) r.ENG s.Execution Command t.Executive Producer u.Final Run Through v.Floor Manager  w.Gaffer  x.Grip y.In the can z.Intro aa. Line.
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a.480p b.780p c.1080i d.Aliasing e.Amplifying f.Aperture g.Artifacts h.auto focus i.Auto-iris j.Burn-in k.Charge-coupled device l.color correction filters m.common filters n.Depth of field o.diaphragm p.Digital signal processing q.Electron gun r.downconvert s.Encoding t.Fast lens u.Field v.Fish-eye lens w.Fixed-focal length lenses x.Focal length y.Fog Filter z.Frame aa.  Frame transfer bb.  Frame interline transfer cc.  F-stop dd.  Hole-accumulated diode ee.  Image Orthicon ff.  Interlaced scanning gg.  Interline transfer hh.  Internal optical system ii.Iris jj.Long focal length lens kk.  Monochrome ll.Neutral density filter mm.NTSC nn.Panavision format oo. .
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  a.Aspect ratio b.Bust shot c.Canted angles d.Central point of interest e.Cinemascope format f.Closure g.Composition h.Extreme Close-Up (ECU) i.Extreme Long Shot (ELS) j.Framing k.Golden mean l.H&S shot m.HDTV n.Knee Shot o.Leadroom principle p.Letterbox format q.Long Shot (LS) r.Medium Close-Up (MCU) s.Medium Long Shot (MLS) t.Medium Shot (MS) u.Noseroom v.NTSC w.OTS x.Picture cutoff y.Reverse leadroom z.Rule of thirds aa.  Shot Nomenclature bb.  Two Shot (or three shot)   Definitions: 17.The concept on which the rule of thirds is based. 18.Longer than.
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  11.The most popular kind of camera battery in general use today is the a.NiMH b.NiCd c.Li-Ion d.Lead-acid e.Die Hard 12.The          on a studio camera viewfinder tells the operator, among other things, how tight a shot can be framed so that no important information will be lost around the edges during recording and transmission. a.safe.
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a.480p b.780p c.1080i d.Aliasing e.Amplifying f.Aperture g.Artifacts h.auto focus i.Auto-iris j.Burn-in k.Charge-coupled device l.color correction filters m.common filters n.Depth of field o.diaphragm p.Digital signal processing q.Electron gun r.downconvert s.Encoding t.Fast lens u.Field v.Fish-eye lens w.Fixed-focal length lenses x.Focal length y.Fog Filter z.Frame aa.  Frame transfer bb.  Frame interline transfer cc.  F-stop dd.  Hole-accumulated diode ee.  Image Orthicon ff.  Interlaced scanning gg.  Interline transfer hh.  Internal optical system ii.Iris jj.Long focal length lens kk.  Monochrome ll.Neutral density filter mm.NTSC nn.Panavision format oo. .
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1.Analog and digital are: a.two kinds of teleprompters b.two methods of encoding TV signals c.two kinds of camera pedestals d.two kinds of 16 mm. film cameras e.a communications law firm 2.ENG stands for: a.Electronic Night Gear b.Easy News Graphics c.electronic newsgathering d.Electronic Negative Generator e.none of the above 3.Digital cinematography cameras a.produce high-definition images b.are not used for television programs: only for motion pictures c.can.
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  a.Above-the-line Personnel  b.Ad Agency Producer c.Art Director  d.Assistant Director (A.D.)  e.Below-the-line Personnel  f.Blocking  g.Business  h.Business Manager i.Call Backs j.Camcorder k.Casting Director  l.Coverage  m.Cutaway  n.Cutting  o.Director’s Cut p.Dress Rehearsal q.Edit Decision List (EDL) r.ENG s.Execution Command t.Executive Producer u.Final Run Through v.Floor Manager  w.Gaffer  x.Grip y.In the can z.Intro aa. Line.
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  11.The color TV camera’s prism block breaks an image into the primary colors a.magenta, cyan and yellow b.red, blue and yellow c.red, green and blue d.red, white and blue e.magenta, green and blue 12.The thousands of tiny, individual            on a CCD chip release photoelectrons when exposed to light. a.lines b.pixels c.bits d.plumbicons e.mirrors 13.In a/an                  .
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  99) Your textbook provides some excellent strategies to adapt your message to appeal to the position of your audience. In a thorough, detailed essay, first identify the three types of audiences. Explain two strategies that are recommended to enhance persuasion for each type of audience.     .
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1.Mounting wedges are designed for: a.quick release b.safety c.saving time d.semi-permanent attachment to either the camera or the tripod head e.all of the above 2.A   head uses hydraulic counterpressure to pan and tilt smoothly.  a.  friction head b.fluid head c.geared head d.cradle head e.cam head 3.If a camera operator is using a   head and the shot requires.
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  a.AC adapter b.Analog c.Battery belt d.Black balancing f.Box cursor g.Box shot h.Broadcast-quality video i.Call button j.Camcorder k.Camera control unit l.Center screen marker m.Chrominance n.Code o.Color bar generator p.Color temperature q.Decode r.Digital cinematography camera s.Digital signal t.DTV u.EFP v.FCC w.Field x.Frame y.Grand Alliance z.  HDTV aa.  Jadoo nabII hydrogen battery bb.  Liquid crystal display cc.  Lithium-ion battery dd.  Luminance ee.  Nickel-cadmium battery ff.  Nickel metal hydride battery gg.  Power select switch hh.  Prompter ii.  Quartz.
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1.A short focal length lens has a.a narrow field of view b.a wide field of view c.a shallow depth of field d.a great zoom range e.a small f-stop rating 2.A long focal length lens has a.a narrow field of view b.a wide field of view c.a great depth of field d.a narrow zoom range e.a large f-stop raging 3.A short focal length.
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a.480p b.780p c.1080i d.Aliasing e.Amplifying f.Aperture g.Artifacts h.auto focus i.Auto-iris j.Burn-in k.Charge-coupled device l.color correction filters m.common filters n.Depth of field o.diaphragm p.Digital signal processing q.Electron gun r.downconvert s.Encoding t.Fast lens u.Field v.Fish-eye lens w.Fixed-focal length lenses x.Focal length y.Fog Filter z.Frame aa.  Frame transfer bb.  Frame interline transfer cc.  F-stop dd.  Hole-accumulated diode ee.  Image Orthicon ff.  Interlaced scanning gg.  Interline transfer hh.  Internal optical system ii.Iris jj.Long focal length lens kk.  Monochrome ll.Neutral density filter mm.NTSC nn.Panavision format oo. .
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a.Arc b.Baby legs c.Base d.Cable guards e.Camera operation f.Camera setup g.Cam head h.Crab dolly i.Crabbing j.Cradle head k.Crane l.Crane up/down m.Dolly n.Dolly Grip o.Floor Manager p.Fluid head q.Follow Focus r.Friction head s.Head t.Hi-hat u.IFB v.Lead Counter Weighted Studio Pedestal w.Long Legs x.Mounting Plates y.Mounting Wedges/Quick Release Shoes z.Olympian aa.  Pedestal Up/Down bb.  Peewee dd.  Riser ee.  Shot sheet ff.  Spider/Triangle gg.  Spirit level hh.  Spreader ii.  Steadicam jj.  Studio pedestal kk.  Swish-pan ll.  Tongue left/right mm.  Titan/Nova.
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  a.Available light b.Background lights c.Back light d.Barn doors e.Baselight f.The Basic Lighting Triangle g.Broad h.C-Clamp i.Camera Light j.Counterweight Batten k.Contrast ratio l.Cucalorus m.Cyc lights n.Cyclorama o.Dichroic Filter p.Ellipsoidal light q.Fill light r.Fill lights s.Flag t.Flat lighting u.Flood (spread) v.Floor stands w.Fluorescent Floodlight Banks x.Focusing y.Footcandle z.Footlambert aa.  Fresnel bb.  Gaffer.
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    a.AC adapter b.Analog c.Battery belt d.Black balancing f.Box cursor g.Box shot h.Broadcast-quality video i.Call button j.Camcorder k.Camera control unit l.Center screen marker m.Chrominance n.Code o.Color bar generator p.Color temperature q.Decode r.Digital cinematography camera s.Digital signal t.DTV u.EFP v.FCC w.Field x.Frame y.Grand Alliance z.  HDTV aa.  Jadoo nabII hydrogen battery bb.  Liquid crystal display cc.  Lithium-ion battery dd.  Luminance ee.  Nickel-cadmium battery ff.  Nickel metal hydride battery gg.  Power select switch hh.  Prompter ii.  Quartz.
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  a.AC adapter b.Analog c.Battery belt d.Black balancing f.Box cursor g.Box shot h.Broadcast-quality video i.Call button j.Camcorder k.Camera control unit l.Center screen marker m.Chrominance n.Code o.Color bar generator p.Color temperature q.Decode r.Digital cinematography camera s.Digital signal t.DTV u.EFP v.FCC w.Field x.Frame y.Grand Alliance   z.  HDTV aa.  Jadoo nabII hydrogen battery bb.  Liquid crystal display cc.  Lithium-ion battery dd.  Luminance ee.  Nickel-cadmium battery ff.  Nickel metal hydride battery gg.  Power select switch hh.  Prompter ii.  Quartz.
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  91) Briefly discuss the difference between an attitude, value, and a belief. Give an example of each. Why are these differences important to a speaker? 92) Briefly explain inductive reasoning. Why is the use of statistics an example of inductive reasoning? 93) Briefly explain the concept of a syllogism. What type of.
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  a.Above-the-line Personnel  b.Ad Agency Producer c.Art Director  d.Assistant Director (A.D.)  e.Below-the-line Personnel  f.Blocking  g.Business  h.Business Manager i.Call Backs j.Camcorder k.Casting Director  l.Coverage  m.Cutaway  n.Cutting  o.Director’s Cut p.Dress Rehearsal q.Edit Decision List (EDL) r.ENG s.Execution Command t.Executive Producer u.Final Run Through v.Floor Manager  w.Gaffer  x.Grip y.In the can z.Intro aa. Line.
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  a.Above-the-line Personnel  b.Ad Agency Producer c.Art Director  d.Assistant Director (A.D.)  e.Below-the-line Personnel  f.Blocking  g.Business  h.Business Manager i.Call Backs j.Camcorder k.Casting Director  l.Coverage  m.Cutaway  n.Cutting  o.Director’s Cut p.Dress Rehearsal q.Edit Decision List (EDL) r.ENG s.Execution Command t.Executive Producer u.Final Run Through v.Floor Manager  w.Gaffer  x.Grip y.In the can z.Intro aa. Line.
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  18.Some cameras don’t have the memory to hold white balance accurately if their power sources are temporarily disconnected. True        False 19.Waveform monitors measure the            of the TV picture. a.size b.performance c.luminance d.incidence e.none of the above 20.“TV black” is set at           on a waveform monitor. a.0 IRE b.7.5 IRE c.10.5 IRE d.15.1 IRE e.20.9  IRE 21.The.
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1.Cinemascope’s 2.5:1 aspect ratio is wider than Panavision’s. True        False 2.When films shot in Cinemascope or Panavision are shown on NTSC’s 4:3 aspect ratio screens without cutting off the left and right sides of the picture, they are usually reduced to    format.    a.  four-sided b.letterbox c.HDTV d.Todd A-O e.SDTV 3.This is a/an: a.CU b.MCU c.MS d.MLS e.LS 4.This is.
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