Whip Pan

Whip Pan
VP
A rapid pan movement that often blurs the image.
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FilmM
a quick pan move that’s so fast that it causes the image to blur in the middle of the move until the lens rests on the final shot. This move must be used wisely as it can cause an audience to become dizzy if used too often. Most common in the action genre.

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