AKA: Continuity Error The degree to which a movie is self-consistent. For example, a scene where an actor is wearing a hat when seen from one camera angle and not from another would lack continuity. A person is often employed to check that continuity is maintained since reshooting embarrassing lapses in continuity can be prohibitively expensive. See also continuity report. In modern times, some continuity errors can be corrected through digital compositing. See the Terminator 2: Judgment Day trivia entry for an example.
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Pinhole free film. A surface free from any defects. Contrast Ratio A value related to the hiding power of a coating. The ratio of reflectance of the coating over black and white backgrounds at equal film thickness. Conversion Coating(see chemical conversion coating)