Animation Camera


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Animation Camera

A camera modified to film cartoons or other animation. See also: Animation Stand.
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Then she photographs the pages one at a time using a 35 mm Oxberry animation camera she found at her university.
Ishu Patel, an Indian-born and Canadian-based animator, used his world-renowned back-lit technique in which a thin layer of plastic modeling clay is applied to a glass plate that has a 1000-watt light positioned beneath it and an animation camera above it.
Hirsh remembers that their animation camera stand was a homemade wooden frame mounted over a toilet and "to create zooms, we would pile up phone books under the art work.
What stands out is the fluidity and involvement of his animation camera.
To improve our animation camera movement, the Board had hired an English mathematician by the name of Brian Salt, who was also a filmmaker.
He liked to play basketball and enjoyed inventing and making things, including an animation camera stand.
This gives you the ability to shoot the same scene from two different animation cameras at once.
Verrall actually managed to lure Larkin back to the NFB building for a while by giving him access to one of the new animation cameras.
And Roger Broggie, a precision machinist who developed and built highly specialized animation cameras for the studio, also helped his boss build and restore locomotives, including a one-eighth scale steam locomotive that ran on 2,615 feet of track around Disney's Holmby Hills home.