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video camera

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Recording, Television & radio
video cameraˈvideo ˌcamera noun [countable]  TCRAMTa special camera that can be used to film events on a video
Examples from the Corpus
video cameraDetectives seized several tapes and a video camera from Williams's north Dallas home.Ideally, a still video image from a video camera or camcorder would be used.Yes, I have a video camera.She went home with him, and another woman, and there was a video camera running while the women made love.Still video camera prices start from £500.The video camera links the color spots of the wands to a nest of computers set up by graphics wizard Loren Carpenter.
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