Room designed for recording television program sounds and images; it might be soundproof or not.
Filming device whose optical system separates light into the three primary colors and converts it into electronic signals for broadcast.
microphone boom tripod
Very stable three-sided support on wheels.
Arm from which a microphone is suspended and positioned above the performers’ heads and thus off-camera.
Device that converts electric pulses into broadcast or recorded sounds.
Fixed or removable backdrop around the set of a program; it is used to produce various visual effects.
Light with a wide beam that is used to illuminate an entire scene.
Image used to calibrate and adjust various camera settings.
floodlight on pantograph
Broad light that is mounted on an expandable support whose height can be adjusted.
Grid used to hold the spotlights.
Small multidirectional light providing localized illumination of an actor or part of a set.
Movable piece of cloth used as set decoration.