movie camera

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movie camera

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1. (Photography) US and Canadian a camera in which a strip of film moves past the lens, usually to give 16 or 24 exposures per second, thus enabling moving pictures to be taken. Also called: cine camera (Brit)
2. (Film) US and Canadian a camera in which a strip of film moves past the lens, usually to give 16 or 24 exposures per second, thus enabling moving pictures to be taken. Also called: cine camera (Brit)
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Noun1.movie camera - a camera that takes a sequence of photographs that can give the illusion of motion when viewed in rapid successionmovie camera - a camera that takes a sequence of photographs that can give the illusion of motion when viewed in rapid succession
camera, photographic camera - equipment for taking photographs (usually consisting of a lightproof box with a lens at one end and light-sensitive film at the other)
sound camera - a movie camera that records sounds in synchrony with the visual images
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movie camera

n (Am) → cinepresa
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1891: The motion picture camera was patented by Thomas Edison.
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His most famous invention was the light bulb, while he also created the motion picture camera.
What is the connection between Copernic's theory and the structure of 21'th century televisions We sustain here a hypothesis that combines structural elements that had linked these two centuries (the 21th and the 16th): the Copernic's theory is formed literally behind the lens, as same as the (tele)vision in nowadays, which is given through motion picture camera, which has its self a lens, but more complexly due to its implication, on the one hand, of journalist, and, on the other hand, of viewer (or a distant viewer, a tele-viewer, accordingly to the Greek word [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], distant).
He developed many devices that greatly influenced life around the world, including the phonograph, the motion picture camera, and a long-lasting, practical electric light bulb.
He dared to bring a motion picture camera to film parts of the voyage, and led his group to a safe arrival at their destination forty-two days later.
The motion picture camera was initially used to record theater, and it took a few years before Hollywood came along to invent movies, a new genre of storytelling.
The company said that the centre, officially opening 1 May 2012, will offer hands-on training for directors, cinematographers and other professionals in the film and television production industries on the use of Sony's F65 CineAlta digital motion picture camera and the production workflows supporting this new digital acquisition system.
Summary: DUBAI -- Imaging and optical products giant Canon has launched its new EOS C300 motion picture camera in the Middle East, marking the Tokyo-based company's first foray into the potential-laden film production industry.

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