(1) Refers to a single image captured by the camera on a strip of film and represents the smallest compositional unit of a film’s structure. Several frames make up a shot, and a series of frames juxtaposed and shown in rapid succession make up a motion (or moving) picture. (2) Refers to the rectangular area within which the film image is composed by the filmmaker, or in simpler terms – what we see within the area of the screen.
The Canon C300 Mark II has a ton of impressive tech under the hood and is a major advancement over the original C300. It turned out to be a perfect complement to our small production crew for a variety of reasons. Best of all, the images are beautiful and it’s very easy to use.
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