Definition of 'video camera'
Example sentences containing 'video camera'
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He also used a video camera concealed in a holdall to film women trying on clothes in shop changing rooms. The Sun (2009)Cops will also film fans on hand-held video cameras during the game. The Sun (2013)Her death was recorded by two video cameras, one inside the lift. Times, Sunday Times (2011)An instrument pod was sent down, armed with video cameras to record the scene. Caves and Cave Life (1993)A video camera watches how your foot lands while running. The Sun (2012)We helped Dad on to the bed and stood out of shot from the video camera which records the suicide for legal reasons. The Sun (2010)Get as much feedback as you can from friends and peers, but watching yourself on video camera is easily the best way. Training with N.L.P. (1994)The rise of broadband internet and the collapse in the price of high-quality digital video cameras made the online distribution and streaming of films much easier. Times, Sunday Times (2012)It uses video cameras trained on a virtual box - about four metres square - by the side of the road. Times, Sunday Times (2015)He filmed himself with a digital video camera and sent the footage to a friend in America, who tried to add some guitar chords. Times, Sunday Times (2014)
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Translations for 'video camera'
British English: video camera /ˈvɪdɪəʊ ˈkæmərə; ˈkæmrə/ NOUN
A video camera is a camera that you use to record something that is happening so that you can watch it later.
- American English: video camera
- Arabic: كاميرا فيديو
- Brazilian Portuguese: câmera de vídeo
- Chinese: 摄像机
- Croatian: videokamera
- Czech: videokamera
- Danish: videokamera
- Dutch: videocamera
- European Spanish: videocámara
- Finnish: videokamera
- French: caméra
- German: Videokamera
- Greek: βιντεοκάμερα
- Italian: videocamera
- Japanese: ビデオカメラ
- Korean: 비디오 카메라
- Norwegian: videokamera
- Polish: kamera wideo
- European Portuguese: câmara de vídeo
- Romanian: cameră video
- Russian: видеокамера
- Spanish: videocámara
- Swedish: videokamera
- Thai: กล้องถ่ายวีดีโอ
- Turkish: video kamerası
- Ukrainian: відеокамера
- Vietnamese: máy quay phim
Definition of video camera from the Collins English Dictionary
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