camera movement
  the use of the camera to obtain various camera angles and perspectives. (See motion picture camera shots below, including the pan, tilt, track, and zoom; also boom/crane shots, Steadicam, or hand-held)
  Example: a camera on a dolly track while filming a scene from Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981)

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