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It encouraged experimentation and imaginative camera work and employed such
internationally prominent directors as Ernst Lubitsch, famous for directing
sophisticated comedies, and G.W. Pabst, a pioneer in the expressive use of
Vertov experimented with slow motion, camera angles, enlarged close-ups, and
crosscutting for comparisons; he attached the camera to locomotives,
motorcycles, and other moving objects; he held shots on the screen for varying
lengths of ...
finder as close to the lens as possible, as well as by making the finder field
smaller so that the camera field includes it. Viewfinders are of two types:
reflecting and direct-vision. In a twin-lens reflex camera the finder is essentially a
duplicate of ...
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