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* Sami Callihan is infamous for his self admitted "weird videos". And yes, these have included "point of view" assaults, such as in the International Wrestling Cartel when he went so far as to trespass on Wrestling/RingOfHonor's facility grounds in order to attack their dojo students for getting close to Wrestling/DaizeeHaze, one of ROH's then head trainers and then focus of Callihan's obsessions. Haze was initially fearful and {{p|roperlyparanoid}}aranoid until Callihan left a camera behind in an effort not to be caught by other head trainer [[Wrestling/HunterJohnston Delirious]]. On seeing it Haze instantly realized Callihan was who they were dealing with.
* Wrestling/TheYoungBucks have attempted to wrestle matches with cameras strapped to their bodies in order to let the fans see the action from their point of view. The results have been mixed but a [=GoPro=] and feed managed to stay intact during four way TagTeam match for the California based Alpha Omega Wrestling promotion.[[/folder]]
29th Jul '17 2:53:27 AM Piterpicher
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* The BillPlympton animated short, ''High Noon'' which shows a showdown from the point of view of a bullet.

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* The BillPlympton Creator/BillPlympton animated short, ''High Noon'' which shows a showdown from the point of view of a bullet.
4th Jun '17 12:20:16 PM nombretomado
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Raimi's name for this contraption was ShakyCam (after SteadiCam), which is why ShakyCam redirects to this page. Not to be confused with non-Raimi-style uses of JitterCam, which is often also called "Shaky Cam" in non-TvTropes contexts for similar reasons.

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Raimi's name for this contraption was ShakyCam (after SteadiCam), which is why ShakyCam redirects to this page. Not to be confused with non-Raimi-style uses of JitterCam, which is often also called "Shaky Cam" in non-TvTropes non-Wiki/TVTropes contexts for similar reasons.
15th May '17 8:20:37 PM nombretomado
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* It shows up in the first season finale of ''TrueBlood'', when Lafayette is [[spoiler: kidnapped]].

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* It shows up in the first season finale of ''TrueBlood'', ''Series/TrueBlood'', when Lafayette is [[spoiler: kidnapped]].
25th Mar '17 4:45:13 AM danya02
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ShakyPOVCam is using the camera to represent the POV of some fast moving object or creature, usually UltimateEvil. Also occasionally used [[ArrowCam to show the point of view of the arrow, bullet]], or knife. It is usually shot in a JitterCam or handheld style, and with a fisheye lens or distortion effect.

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ShakyPOVCam Shaky P.O.V. Cam is using the camera to represent the POV of some fast moving object or creature, usually UltimateEvil. Also occasionally used [[ArrowCam to show the point of view of the arrow, bullet]], or knife. It is usually shot in a JitterCam or handheld style, and with a fisheye lens or distortion effect.
10th Jan '17 6:50:51 PM nombretomado
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* ''LoadingReadyRun'' likes playing with this trope in their "X Ways to Y" segments - all of them include "The Sam Raimi," which involves (increasingly ridiculous as the videos go on) a point of view... thing... chasing one of the characters - sometimes to do... something... to them, other times to do things such as hand them a soda.

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* ''LoadingReadyRun'' ''WebVideo/LoadingReadyRun'' likes playing with this trope in their "X Ways to Y" segments - all of them include "The Sam Raimi," which involves (increasingly ridiculous as the videos go on) a point of view... thing... chasing one of the characters - sometimes to do... something... to them, other times to do things such as hand them a soda.
23rd Aug '16 9:53:30 AM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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* ''Anime/HaloLegends'': "The Babysitter" uses this trope.

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* ''Anime/HaloLegends'': "The Babysitter" ''The Babysitter'' uses this trope.trope for an enraged Brute Chieftain.
16th Jun '16 6:39:28 PM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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* ''Anime/HaloLegends'': The Babysitter uses this trope.

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* ''Anime/HaloLegends'': The Babysitter "The Babysitter" uses this trope.
23rd Mar '16 12:22:23 PM StFan
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\n[[AC:{{Film}}]]* ''Anime/HaloLegends'': The Babysitter uses this trope.
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* Too many ''Series/DoctorWho'' episodes to count. Most famously, it was used for [[Recap/DoctorWhoS1E2TheDaleks the first shot of a Dalek ever shown]]! In the old days, this trick was often used to postpone the reveal of the monster's face until the {{Cliffhanger}} while still allowing the monster's involvement in the plot - see "The Silurians" and "Robot" for just a couple of examples of stories shot that way. It remains in common use in the revival series, including first revealing the Dalek to us in this manner in "Dalek", as a direct ShoutOut to their previous debut - similarly, "Asylum of the Daleks" has an HomageShot to the POV Cam scene in "The Daleks" in the final part of the episode when [[spoiler: Oswin]] attacks the Doctor. "The Empty Child/The Doctor Dances", "Tooth and Claw", and "The Lazarus Experiment" are just a handful of other revival stories that use it.
** ''Series/{{Torchwood}}'' likes to do it too.

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* Too many ''Series/DoctorWho'' episodes to count. Most famously, it was used for [[Recap/DoctorWhoS1E2TheDaleks the first shot of a Dalek ever shown]]! In the old days, this trick was often used to postpone the reveal of the monster's face until the {{Cliffhanger}} while still allowing the monster's involvement in the plot - -- see "The Silurians" and "Robot" for just a couple of examples of stories shot that way. It remains in common use in the revival series, including first revealing the Dalek to us in this manner in "Dalek", as a direct ShoutOut to their previous debut - -- similarly, "Asylum of the Daleks" has an HomageShot to the POV P.O.V. Cam scene in "The Daleks" in the final part of the episode when [[spoiler: Oswin]] [[spoiler:Oswin]] attacks the Doctor. "The Empty Child/The Child"/"The Doctor Dances", "Tooth and Claw", and "The Lazarus Experiment" are just a handful of other revival stories that use it.
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it. ''Series/{{Torchwood}}'' likes to do it too.




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* This is the key to finding an invisible boss monster in ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaPhantomHourglass''; the top screen shows the boss's point of view.

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* ''Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda'':
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This is the key to finding an invisible boss monster in ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaPhantomHourglass''; the top screen shows the boss's point of view.




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* ''Anime/HaloLegends'' - The Babysitter uses this trope.

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17th Jan '16 2:46:07 PM drbreakfast
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* During the climactic shootout of ''Film/TrueGrit1969'', there's a brief shot from Rooster's POV while he's charging towards his enemies on horseback. The results are so shaky and nauseating it would appear they ''actually'' strapped a camera to a horse and started filming at full gallop.

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* During the climactic shootout of ''Film/TrueGrit1969'', ''Film/TrueGrit'', there's a brief shot from Rooster's POV while he's charging towards his enemies on horseback. The results are so shaky and nauseating it would appear they ''actually'' strapped a camera to a horse and started filming at full gallop.
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