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Video 6

chapter 6

Beam Splitter a system of prisms within a tv camera that seperates white light into red, green and blue.
Brightness determines how light or dark a color appears on a tv screen.
Camcorder a portable camera with a recording device built into it.
Camera Chain the tv camera (head)and associated electronic equipment.
Camera Control Unit (CCU) enables the operator to adjust the camera picture during a show.
Charged-Coupled Device (CCD) imaging sensor in a camera consisting of horizontal and vertical rows of pixels.
CMOS translates light into video signals.
Contrast Ratio the difference between the brightest and darkest portions in the picture.
Digital Cinema Camera a high-def. camera with 4,000 pixels per line. It records on video tape and memory cards. The frame rate can be adjusted.
EFP Camera high-quality protable, shoulder-mounted feild production camera that must be conected to an external video recorder.
ENG/EFP Camcorder high-quality protable feild production camera with the recording device built-in.
Greyscale the many brightness steps between black and white.
HDTV Camera camera that pictures of superior resolution, color fidelity, and light-and-dark contrast.
High-Definition Video a recording system that produces image of the same resolution as HDTV, but has lower quality than HDTV.
Hue one of the three basic color attributs.
Imaging Device the imaging element in a camera.
Pixel a single imaging element that can be identified by a computer.
Resolution measurment of picture detail, expressed in the number pixels per scanning line.
Saturation the color attribute that describes a color's richness or strength.
Sensor the CCD or CMOS imaging device in a camera.
Studio Camera high-quality camrea with a large zoom lens that cannot be manuvered properly without a camera mount.
Sync Generator produces an electronic synch signle, which keeps all scanning in steps.
White Balance the adjustments of the color circuits to produce a white color.
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