- The single pixel camera is an imaging system particularly well suited for scene acquisition where a matrix detector is unavailable. Because of the long acquisition times, the system is usually aided with common compressive sensing techniques. However, if the scene contains moving elements, the recovery may show poor results. In this article we review a new novel technique we purposed for recovery of a moving scene with a compressive single pixel camera. The technique is inspired by'Russian-Dolls' multi-scale ordering of the Hadamard sensing matrix. The technique can handle both global motion (eg due to camera panning) and motion of the objects in the scene.