Q.1 Solution:
Camera Jib:
Device that’s come into wide use in the last decade is the camera jib, essentially a long, highly maneuverable boom or crane-like device with a mounted camera at the end. You frequently see them in action swinging overhead at concerts and major events. A jib allows sweeping camera movements from ground level to nine meters (thirty feet) or more in the air.
Camera Copters/ Drone Cameras
Since remotely-controlled, helicopter-type drones can move into places inaccessible by individuals or fixed-wing aircraft, they can provide coverage of events otherwise unattainable. Plus, helicopter type drones can hover above news scenes for extended periods of time. The video signal is relayed (live) to a receiver on the ground.

Q.2 Differentiate the below given camera movements while giving an example of each.
・ Dolly
・ Trucking
Answer:
We refer to moving (rolling) the entire camera toward or away from the subject as a dolly (“dolly in” for a close shot or “dolly back” for a wide-shot).
A lateral move (rolling the camera to the left or right on the pedestal) is trucking, as in “truck left” or “truck right.”