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camera1 British & World English

A device for recording visual images in the form of photographs, film, or video signals

camera2 British & World English

A chamber or round building

on camera British & World English

While being filmed or televised (or not being filmed or televised)

in camera British & World English

In private, in particular taking place in the private chambers of a judge, with the press and public excluded

box camera British & World English

A simple box-shaped hand camera

camera-shy British & World English

Reluctant to be photographed or filmed

disc camera British & World English

A camera in which the images are formed on a disc, rather than on film

camera lucida British & World English

An instrument in which rays of light are reflected by a prism to produce an image on a sheet of paper, from which a drawing can be made

camera phone British & World English

A mobile phone incorporating a digital camera

camera-ready British & World English

(Of material to be printed) in the right form and of good enough quality to be reproduced photographically on to a printing plate

reflex camera British & World English

A camera with a ground-glass focusing screen on which the image is formed by a combination of lens and mirror, enabling the scene to be correctly composed and focused

speed camera British & World English

A roadside camera triggered by speeding vehicles, taking either video footage or a photograph of the vehicle with a record of its speed

video camera British & World English

A camera for recording images on videotape or for transmitting them to a monitor screen

camera obscura British & World English

A darkened box with a convex lens or aperture for projecting the image of an external object on to a screen inside, a forerunner of the modern camera

pinhole camera British & World English

A camera with a pinhole aperture and no lens

compact camera British & World English

A small, simple 35 mm camera with automatic focusing and exposure

digital camera British & World English

A camera which produces digital images that can be stored in a computer and displayed on screen

instant camera British & World English

A camera of a type with internal processing which produces a finished print rapidly after each exposure

monorail camera British & World English

A camera mounted on a rail which allows positional adjustment and may support additional components

on camera in camera1 British & World English

While being filmed or televised (or not being filmed or televised)

in camera in camera2 British & World English

In private, in particular taking place in the private chambers of a judge, with the press and public excluded

cameraman British & World English

A person whose profession is operating a video, television, or film camera

camerawoman British & World English

A woman whose profession is operating a video, television, or film camera

Gatso British & World English

A camera which automatically takes a photograph of road vehicles travelling over a certain speed (as measured by radar)

Gatso camera in Gatso British & World English

A camera which automatically takes a photograph of road vehicles travelling over a certain speed (as measured by radar)

cameraperson British & World English

A cameraman or camerawoman (used as a neutral alternative)

on or off camera in camera1 British & World English

While being filmed or televised (or not being filmed or televised)

Schmidt telescope British & World English

A type of catadioptric telescope used solely for wide-angle astronomical photography, with a thin glass plate at the front to correct for spherical aberration. A curved photographic plate is placed at the prime focus inside the telescope

Schmidt camera in Schmidt telescope British & World English

A type of catadioptric telescope used solely for wide-angle astronomical photography, with a thin glass plate at the front to correct for spherical aberration. A curved photographic plate is placed at the prime focus inside the telescope

camera English-Spanish

cámara feminine (fotográfica), máquina

in camera English-Spanish

a puerta(s) cerrada(s)

camera-shy English-Spanish

he's camera-shy

cama camera Spanish-English

three-quarter bed

camera phone English-Spanish

( teléfono

camera-ready English-Spanish

listo para la cámara, camera-ready

video camera English-Spanish

videocámara feminine

speed camera English-Spanish

radar masculine (fijo), fotorradar masculineChile

digital camera English-Spanish

cámara feminine (fotográfica) digital

pinhole camera English-Spanish

cámara feminine estenopeica, cámara


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