Definition of cameraperson in English:

cameraperson

Syllabification: cam·er·a·per·son
Pronunciation: /ˈkam(ə)rəˌpərsən
 
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noun

  • A cameraman or camerawoman (used as a neutral alternative).
    More example sentences
    • When his usual cameraperson opts out of the trip, he notes this is out of concern for ‘self-preservation.’
    • Correspondents headed four-person crews that included a producer, cameraperson, and sound technician.
    • We were followed by a flock of reporters and camerapersons from around the world, most of them wearing their bulletproof vests with a hastily attached ‘TV’ sign on the front.

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