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instant camera

Syllabification: in·stant cam·er·a

Definition of instant camera in English:

noun

A camera of a type with internal processing that produces a finished print rapidly after each exposure.
Example sentences
  • In 1948, the year the first instant camera was introduced, Ansel Adams was hired by Polaroid as a consultant to test new films and analyze results.
  • He has also served as vice president of sales and marketing for Nicklaus Golf Equipment Co. in West Palm Beach, Fla., and as senior brand manager of instant cameras for the Polaroid Corp. in Cambridge, Mass.
  • The boy roams around the village with a Polaroid instant camera and takes pictures of everything that captures his attention, including a poster of pop star Madonna plastered on the body of a deserted bus.

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