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- (film, countable) A shift in view, frame, or perspective caused by the movement of a camera.
- The lighting director and cinematographer carefully planned the camera movement for this scene.
- (television, film, uncountable) Any undesirable shaking of a camera during recording that distracts the viewer.
- I can't stand to watch "NYPD Blue" because of all the camera movement.