cameraperson

cam·er·a·per·son

 (kăm′ər-ə-pûr′sən, kăm′rə-)
n.
One who operates a television or movie camera.

cameraperson

(ˈkæmrəˌpɜːsən; ˈkæmərəˌpɜːsən)
n
a camera operator

cam•er•a•per•son

(ˈkæm ər əˌpɜr sən, ˈkæm rə-)

n.
a person who operates a camera.
[1975–80]
usage: See -person.
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A cameraperson was allegedly injured during the police action and this made a complaint against authorities of an English TV channel.
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Many times I have seen, if something goes wrong and we tell the cameraperson that this is defective, they say 'don't worry everything would be corrected in post-production'.
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