camerawoman

cam·er·a·wom·an

 (kăm′ər-ə-wo͝om′ən, kăm′rə-)
n.
A woman who operates a television or movie camera.

camerawoman

(ˈkæmərəˌwʊmən)
n, pl -women
(Film) a woman who operates a film or television camera

cam•er•a•wom•an

(ˈkæm ər əˌwʊm ən, ˈkæm rə-)

n., pl. -wom•en.
a woman who operates a camera, esp. a motion-picture or television camera.
usage: See -woman.
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In the video posted on his YouTube page, he describes the attack and says he saw "six or seven men coming towards me" and "four of them went for me" while others allegedly attacked his cameraman and camerawoman.
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Eight former crew members recalled that he repeatedly made lewd comments about a camerawoman he said had a nice rear, comparing her beauty to that of his daughter Ivanka.
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Hungarian prosecutors filed charges on Wednesday against a camerawoman accused of kicking and tripping migrants fleeing police near the southern border with Serbia last year.
Berlin" is a seemingly straightforward story about a reporter, a camerawoman, and their subject meeting for an interview.
In the film the actress is filmed by a camerawoman who narrates and gives her instructions.
Like the sword, the bolt is kept at a safe distance from Simon's four-year-old son, Jake, in the family's home in Devon, which he shares with wife Anya, a TV camerawoman.