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* ''Series/{{CSI NY}}'' occasionally has the camera whirling around a character or some characters during pivotal moments or when they're doing some intense analysis. Thankfully rather rarely employed.

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* ''Series/{{CSI NY}}'' ''Series/{{CSINY}}'' occasionally has the camera whirling around a character or some characters during pivotal moments or when they're doing some intense analysis. Thankfully rather rarely employed.


* Used for some scenes in ''Series/TheXFiles'' episode "X Cops", which was a {{Crossover}} of sorts with ''Series/{{Cops}}'' and took the concept of unseen monster from ''The Blair Witch Project''.
* Series/CsiNy occasionally has the camera whirling around a character or some characters during pivotal moments or when they're doing some intense analysis. Thankfully rather rarely employed.

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* Used for some scenes in ''Series/TheXFiles'' episode "X Cops", which was a {{Crossover}} of sorts with ''Series/{{Cops}}'' and took the concept of unseen monster from ''The Blair Witch Project''.
''Film/TheBlairWitchProject''.
* Series/CsiNy ''Series/{{CSI NY}}'' occasionally has the camera whirling around a character or some characters during pivotal moments or when they're doing some intense analysis. Thankfully rather rarely employed.
* ''Series/LawAndOrderSpecialVictimsUnit'' once had an episode where Stabler had been put on antiretroviral therapy after being exposed to HIV-infected blood. Whenever the camera focused on him, it would wobble around, simulating the nausea that he was suffering as a result of the medicine.


Shooting a scene by moving around and around the action with a handheld camera, usually combined with JitterCam. Called DizzyCam because the spinning motion can impart dizziness to the viewer. This technique is used to express the world spinning out of control.

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Shooting a scene by moving around and around the action with a handheld camera, usually combined with JitterCam. Called DizzyCam Dizzy Cam because the spinning motion can impart dizziness to the viewer. This technique is used to express the world spinning out of control.



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* Done at the beginning of ''Film/RunLolaRun'' after Lola puts down the phone.


* ''Film/TheBlairWitchProject''.
* Used to the point of causing motion-sickness in ''{{Cloverfield}}''.

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* ''Film/TheBlairWitchProject''.
* Used to the point of causing motion-sickness in ''{{Cloverfield}}''.''Film/{{Cloverfield}}''.


* Used for some scenes in ''Series/TheXFiles'' episode "X Cops", which was a {{Crossover}} of sorts with ''Series/{{Cops}}'' and took the concept of unseen monster from ''The Blair Witch Project''.

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* Used for some scenes in ''Series/TheXFiles'' episode "X Cops", which was a {{Crossover}} of sorts with ''Series/{{Cops}}'' and took the concept of unseen monster from ''The Blair Witch Project''.
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* Series/CsiNy occasionally has the camera whirling around a character or some characters during pivotal moments or when they're doing some intense analysis. Thankfully rather rarely employed.

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