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Noun
/ˈkam(ə)rə/,
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cameras, plural;
  1. A chamber or round building
    • - the Radcliffe Camera

  1. equipment for taking photographs (usually consisting of a lightproof box with a lens at one end and light-sensitive film at the other)
  2. television camera: television equipment consisting of a lens system that focuses an image on a photosensitive mosaic that is scanned by an electron beam
  3. A camera is a device that records/stores images. These images may be still photographs or moving images such as videos or movies. The term camera comes from the camera obscura (Latin for "dark chamber"), an early mechanism for projecting images. The modern camera evolved from the camera obscura.
  4. Camerae (singular camera) are the spaces or chambers enclosed between two adjacent septa in the phragmocone of a nautiloid or ammonoid cephalopod. These can be seen in cross-sections of a nautilus shell and in the polished cross-sections of ammonites. ...
  5. Camera are a three-piece alternative rock band formed in Chicago early in 2003 by Justin C. Scro, Ryan Aylward and Joseph Scro.
  6. Camera is a 2000 Canadian short film written and directed by David Cronenberg. The six minute short was one of several made in celebration of the 25th anniversary of the Toronto International Film Festival. ...
  7. Camera was a photography review that began its life in Lucerne, Switzerland, later distributed in many countries and languages. ...
  8. The Camera is a daily newspaper in Boulder, Colorado. It is owned by Prairie Mountain Publishing, a division of MediaNews Group.
  9. A device for taking still or moving pictures or photographs; The viewpoint in a three-dimensional game
  10. (Cameras) Axis’ advanced network cameras, which include razor-sharp details on video, motion detection and tamper-resistance, are ideal tools to ensure security and build safer schools. Remote learning is another interesting application, e.g. for students unable to attend lectures in person.
  11. (Cameras) The front facing camera is a 2 megapixel while the rear camera is 5 megapixels (and also has a flash) however the picture and sound quality wasn’t stellar: samples below. ...
  12. An object which describes the viewpoint of the player, from this the renderer has to calculate what parts of the map to display.
  13. (pl. camerae, adj. camerate) (Neves and Owens, 1966)
  14. To dream of a camera, signifies that changes will bring undeserved environments. For a young woman to dream that she is taking pictures with a camera, foretells that her immediate future will have much that is displeasing and that a friend will subject her to acute disappointment.
  15. A device that translates light into a video image and transmits that image to a monitor for viewing. It contains the image sensor and other electronic circuitry to create a video signal.
  16. An application that allows the user to take photographs, which can then be managed in the Photos application.
  17. A virtual viewpoint in world space with position and view direction to provide a view of a scene in the same way as a photographer would position a camera.
  18. Imaging devices; devices that acquire images.
  19. Secular chamber music, as opposed to church music, or chiesa.
  20. A light-tight box containing light sensitive film or sensor that is used to make images. Today's cameras incorporate microprocessors and sophisticated exposure systems; in a sense, the instrument itself mirrors the age, just as the pictures it makes reflect the world in which we live.
  21. used in quake movie making or demo recording, cameras are programmed to do various tasks such as teleport to the area of most action, track a certain player, or move in a predetermined way
  22. In most non-"First Person" 3D games, the scene is usually considered to be depicted from a free-floating camera, either tied to the location of the players characters, or directly controllable by the player themself.
  23. a term meaning either a subordinate chamber or suite within a medieval building, or, as it was used by the Military Orders, to refer to specialized farms or holdings without a resident preceptor
  24. Any of several pieces of equipment used to convert ordinary black and white copy into negative film suitable for stripping and platemaking.
  25. "There's a local yokal with a camera just ahead."