Definition of disc camera in English:

disc camera

Line breaks: disc cam¦era


A camera in which the images are formed on a disc, rather than on film.
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  • Lucky for them the disc cameras were being phased out, and were thus omnipresent in bargain bins.
  • If, instead, they had put a better quality lens in a smaller package, the disc camera may have actually succeeded.
  • The only disk camera maker in the country, started producing the cameras in April at a rate of 100,000 a month.

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