INTRODUCTION TO FILMING CONTROLLED ACTION
These two lessons on filming controlled action are designed to teach you the
methods of filming controlled action within your unit. The techniques are based on
the use of a motion picture camera, however, these lessons are equally adaptable to
television camera usages. The television camera operators can and should use these
Increasingly, Army visual information units are becoming more
tactically oriented and will require efficient motion picture filming and
Most of this filming will be performed in the field.
Your ability to support the Army with useable motion picture footage or television
documentation may spell the difference between mission failure and mission
*** IMPORTANT NOTICE ***
THE PASSING SCORE FOR ALL ACCP MATERIAL IS NOW 70%.
PLEASE DISREGARD ALL REFERENCES TO THE 75% REQUIREMENT.