Our definitions of Types of Studio:
– Film/video studio A general purpose studio for film or video shoots, with some degree of sound insulation.
– TV studio A studio for broadcast shoots, often purpose-built, with a production gallery, resin flooring and audience seating
– Sound stage A larger, soundproof studio (often with a floating floor) that can accommodate theatrial sets, camera cranes, etc.

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Selected definitions of Studio Features:
– Dry hire A studio that is hired without crew or production equipment such as cameras, backgrounds, etc.
– Wet hire The studio comes fully equiped with cameras, lights, crew, etc. Some studios can be hired ‘dry’ or ‘wet’
– Blue/green screen Coloured backdrops used for composite shots

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