pack shot

  1. (in television advertising) a close-up of the product being advertised, usually so that the viewer can register its logo and packaging

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How to use pack shot in a sentence

  • The wolf that stood nearest leaped—a gray streak out of the shadow—and every wolf in the pack shot forward with a yell.

    The Voice of the Pack | Edison Marshall
  • Out of the pack shot a slender brown body, and came to the girth—to the neck of the bay.

    The Garden of Eden | Max Brand