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fast motion

noun

, Cinematography.
  1. action that appears to move faster than normal on the screen, accomplished by filming the action at less than normal speed in the camera and then projecting it at normal speed.


fast motion

noun

  1. films action that appears to have occurred at a faster speed than that at which it was filmed Compare slow motion


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Word History and Origins

Origin of fast motion1

First recorded in 1910–15

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Example Sentences

If you make sudden, fast motions or you want a little resistance you could consider a mouse that has an adjustable weight option, which typically comes in the form of inserts.

“Fingers snapping is a really high, fast motion and extreme case, which allows us to peer into the limits of these finger pads,” says Bhamla.

With a set of comprehensive tools for creating titles, mixing and syncing audio alongside your clips, and introducing effects like slow or fast motion, LumaFusion guides you from the first steps to the final export of your movie masterpiece.

The camera also employs DJI’s RockSteady image stabilization system, which keeps cuts down on distracting camera shake while maintaining the feel of fast motion.

A set of change gears can easily be engaged to give a fast motion to the carriage.

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