single-shot camera

single-shot camera

[′siŋ·gəl ¦shät ′kam·rə]
(optics)
An underwater camera that takes one picture on each lowering when the camera shutter is tripped by contact with the bottom.
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In a bizarre turn of events, director Ali Ali stood accused of copying his own work, with two TVCs created by him using similar multi- room 'dollhouse' sets and a single-shot camera technique coming under the microscope.
Nevertheless, the process of making a color image is certainly much faster with the single-shot camera than it would be to make separate red, green, and blue exposures with a black-and-white camera and individual filters.
Summary: Director Ali Ali stands accused of copying his own work, with two TVCs using similar multi-room 'dollhouse' sets and a single-shot camera technique.
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