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  1. When using more than one camera to film an event or scene, what does the term “ISO feeds” mean?1

    When using more than one camera to film an event or scene, what does the term “ISO feeds” mean?

  2. Of the following practices, which offers the best means of obtaining accurate focus?1

    Of the following practices, which offers the best means of obtaining accurate focus?

  3. The process of fully converting a 16:9 image down to fit a 4:3 display is called…1

    The process of fully converting a 16:9 image down to fit a 4:3 display is called…

  4. Like the Skin Tone setting, Gamma settings will have an effect on the tonal qualities of your picture.1

    Like the Skin Tone setting, Gamma settings will have an effect on the tonal qualities of your picture.

  5. What is the maximum length that a standard composite video cable should be restricted to before signal amplification is required?1

    What is the maximum length that a standard composite video cable should be restricted to before signal amplification is required?

  6. The director calls for a ‘mid shot’ of an actor during a stage play. You should:1

    The director calls for a ‘mid shot’ of an actor during a stage play. You should:

  7. Increasing the shutter speed on your camera will increase the depth of field making it easier to track fast moving objects.1

    Increasing the shutter speed on your camera will increase the depth of field making it easier to track fast moving objects.

  8. When considering the “Rule of Thirds” of framing, how many parts should you divide the screen into?1

    When considering the “Rule of Thirds” of framing, how many parts should you divide the screen into?

  9. In relation to framing and the “Rule of Thirds”, which TWO of the following statements are true?1

    In relation to framing and the “Rule of Thirds”, which TWO of the following statements are true?

  10. You are producing a multi-camera shoot of a school play taking place indoors during the evening using available tungsten lighting. You do not have central vision control facilities for the cameras and are relying on each camera operator to adjust their own camera controls. To ensure the cameras stay as closely colour matched as possible to each other for the recording you should:1

    You are producing a multi-camera shoot of a school play taking place indoors during the evening using available tungsten lighting. You do not have central vision control facilities for the cameras and are relying on each camera operator to adjust their own camera controls. To ensure the cameras stay as closely colour matched as possible to each other for the recording you should:

  11. When using more than one camera or filming position to film interaction between characters in an interview or dramatic scene, what does the term “Matching Shots” refer to?1

    When using more than one camera or filming position to film interaction between characters in an interview or dramatic scene, what does the term “Matching Shots” refer to?

  12. When considering the Focal Length of a zoom lens, which one of the following statements is true?1

    When considering the Focal Length of a zoom lens, which one of the following statements is true?

  13. “Having set your camera’s timecode to ‘Free Run’ and synchronised it with the other cameras on the same shoot, you would normally expect all other cameras to have their timecode switched to ‘Free Run’ as opposed to ‘Record Run’ to aid in the editing process.” is locked Having set your camera’s timecode to ‘Free Run’ and synchronised it with the other cameras on the same shoot, you would normally expect all other cameras to have their timecode switched to ‘Free Run’ as opposed to ‘Record Run’ to aid in the editing process.1

    “Having set your camera’s timecode to ‘Free Run’ and synchronised it with the other cameras on the same shoot, you would normally expect all other cameras to have their timecode switched to ‘Free Run’ as opposed to ‘Record Run’ to aid in the editing process.” is locked
    Having set your camera’s timecode to ‘Free Run’ and synchronised it with the other cameras on the same shoot, you would normally expect all other cameras to have their timecode switched to ‘Free Run’ as opposed to ‘Record Run’ to aid in the editing process.

  14. Which TWO of the following have the greatest effect on depth of field?1

    Which TWO of the following have the greatest effect on depth of field?

  15. Almost every scene will have what is called a1

    Almost every scene will have what is called a

  16. Your camera has a black stretch/compress facility. What will this enable you to do?1

    Your camera has a black stretch/compress facility. What will this enable you to do?

  17. In a Crabbing Shot, which of the following acurately describes the movement of the camera?1

    In a Crabbing Shot, which of the following acurately describes the movement of the camera?

  18. Cameras are rated by their ‘Lux’ rate. This is used as a measure of light intensity according to human perception of brightness.1

    Cameras are rated by their ‘Lux’ rate. This is used as a measure of light intensity according to human perception of brightness.

  19. Which of the following statements is true?1

    Which of the following statements is true?

  20. To double the amount of light passing through the camera lens, how many f-stops would you need to open the iris by?1

    To double the amount of light passing through the camera lens, how many f-stops would you need to open the iris by?

  21. Your director asks you for an “MCU” of a person in frame. How do you think they want the shot framed?1

    Your director asks you for an “MCU” of a person in frame. How do you think they want the shot framed?

  22. You are shooting some footage for a client in 16:9 aspect ratio and are requested to ‘shoot and protect’. What does this mean?1

    You are shooting some footage for a client in 16:9 aspect ratio and are requested to ‘shoot and protect’. What does this mean?

  23. When filming sports events such as football, the “Line of Action” runs between the opposing goal posts.1

    When filming sports events such as football, the “Line of Action” runs between the opposing goal posts.

  24. Care should be taken when using artificial gain because…1

    Care should be taken when using artificial gain because…

  25. On cameras with detachable lenses, what would be the result if your “Back Focus” was incorrectly adjusted?1

    On cameras with detachable lenses, what would be the result if your “Back Focus” was incorrectly adjusted?

  26. You are shooting in a dimly lit disco and having difficulty seeing things clearly enough to focus manually. You do not want your pictures to be soft or grainy, but want your pictures to give a true record of the atmosphere and light levels. What should you do?1

    You are shooting in a dimly lit disco and having difficulty seeing things clearly enough to focus manually. You do not want your pictures to be soft or grainy, but want your pictures to give a true record of the atmosphere and light levels. What should you do?

  27. A “Burnt-In Timecode” copy is commonly used for…1

    A “Burnt-In Timecode” copy is commonly used for…

  28. ‘Depth of Field’ is:1

    ‘Depth of Field’ is:

  29. If you were asked to “Pull Focus” which one of the following describes a method of achieving this?1

    If you were asked to “Pull Focus” which one of the following describes a method of achieving this?

  30. In relation to picture ratio, which one of the following statements is true?1

    In relation to picture ratio, which one of the following statements is true?

  31. In relation to f-stops, which TWO of the following statements are true?1

    In relation to f-stops, which TWO of the following statements are true?

  32. In relation to camera angles, which one of the following statements is true?1

    In relation to camera angles, which one of the following statements is true?

  33. An effects shot, where the camera is placed at an obvious angle to the subject’s level plane, is commonly referred to as:1

    An effects shot, where the camera is placed at an obvious angle to the subject’s level plane, is commonly referred to as:

  34. Selecting ‘skin tone’ control allows you to increase/decrease the tonal range specific to skin colours.1

    Selecting ‘skin tone’ control allows you to increase/decrease the tonal range specific to skin colours.

  35. Which one of the following statements is true?1

    Which one of the following statements is true?

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