Ranging in size from a few inches to about a foot diagonally, field monitors serve as a highly accurate alternative to the smaller viewing screens found on most video cameras and camcorders, assisting with critical focus and exposure calibration. With the advent of video capture using HDSLRs, field monitors have become part and parcel of many HDSLR users’ equipment inventories.bhphotovideo
A term used in place of Location when the location is outdoors. It refers to photography away from a studio. Example: We will be shooting in the field.
A type of camera, also known as the baseboard camera, is essentially a portable view camera, because it functions in much the same way and with similar controls and features and can be transported with relative ease into the field - i.e. outside the studio.
In interlaced video, half of video frame, either all even-numbered or odd-numbered scan lines. Display paints every other line, then paints remaining ones. Progressive video paints all scan lines.
A folding view-camera that s usually made of wood or light metal for use on location.
Totality of view through lens.