Definition of handheld in English:

handheld

Syllabification: hand·held
Pronunciation: /ˈhandˌheld
 
/

adjective

Designed to be held in the hand: a handheld computer
More example sentences
  • Clark says this move away from hand-held camera work effectively forces audiences to face the proverbial music.
  • I read recently film directors now believe hand-held cameras make for greater realism in films, particularly street locations.
  • He shot Tigerland almost like a documentary, with hand-held cameras and no make-up.

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