English version

flashgun

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Photography
flashgunflash‧gun /ˈflæʃɡʌn/ noun [countable]  TCPa piece of equipment that lights a special bright light when you press the button on a camera to take a photograph
Examples from the Corpus
flashgunIn photography, even if you buy a Leica, you buy a flashgun from some one else.Perhaps he had been caught unawares by a flashgun?Imagine that we stand beside the track with a flashgun.I purchased a dedicated Pentax flashgun with an adjustable flash head which could be adjusted to point straight ahead or angled upwards.
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