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The insider that images amounts on camera. The Sun (2016)Extra video cameras are also being installed. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Speed limits are enforced by digital cameras which can scan all lanes at the same time. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Visitors are told to expect espionage devices like hidden cameras in their hotel rooms. The Sun (2016)You only beat a speed camera by not speeding. Times, Sunday Times (2016) Video cameras work out how close a person comes to it and sensors judge how tactile they are. Computing (2010)Programme makers are giving viewers amazing new insights into how animals live together by concealing cameras inside lifelike robotic animals. The Sun (2016)To fit the zoom lenses found on normal digital cameras into a phone would mean making it much thicker or having a bulge. The Sun (2016)The inspectors were released only after handing over cameras and other equipment, but photos taken from a drone confirmed the fires. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The front facing camera used for video calls is also improved. The Sun (2014)Your digital camera is a computer that takes photos. Times, Sunday Times (2007)They fit a magnetic reading device and video camera to a cashpoint. The Sun (2006)Fewer speed cameras and more education is the answer. The Sun (2014)Then there were lots of camera flashes inside the house and evidence bags were carried out. The Sun (2012)Now it has onboard video and still camera. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Recordings can be made on smartphones and digital cameras. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Cameras and listening devices lowered into the hole detected no signs of life. Times, Sunday Times (2013)But there are distinct advantages in the control you can have over composition of the image in the camera. Photographers Handbook (1993)He added that head teachers would receive training in the operation of their body cameras before school begins next term. Times, Sunday Times (2015)They told of one car company that hooks people up to electrical equipment and cameras and runs images past them. Christianity Today (2000)It captures an image of the highest quality that can get with a 35mm film camera. Times, Sunday Times (2010)They are going to interview my friends and watch the school 's security cameras. The Sun (2009)Uefa could deploy its monitors within the ground, armed with video cameras and recording equipment. Times, Sunday Times (2012) Hidden cameras were not installed. Times, Sunday Times (2009)
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Translations for 'camera'
British English: camera /ˈkæmərə; ˈkæmrə/ NOUN
A camera is a piece of equipment for taking photographs or for making a film.
...a video camera.
- American English: camera
- Arabic: كَامِيرَا
- Brazilian Portuguese: câmera fotográfica
- Chinese: 照相机
- Croatian: fotoaparat
- Czech: fotoaparát
- Danish: kamera
- Dutch: camera
- European Spanish: cámara aparato
- Finnish: kamera
- French: appareil photo
- German: Kamera
- Greek: κάμερα
- Italian: fotocamera
- Japanese: カメラ
- Korean: 카메라
- Norwegian: kamera
- Polish: aparat fotograficzny
- European Portuguese: câmara fotográfica
- Romanian: cameră fotofoto,video
- Russian: фото- или видеокамера
- Spanish: cámara máquina fotográfica
- Swedish: kamera
- Thai: กล้องถ่ายรูป
- Turkish: fotoğraf makinesi
- Ukrainian: камера
- Vietnamese: máy ảnh
Definition of camera from the Collins English Dictionary
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