cine camera


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cine camera

(ˈsɪnɪ)
n
(Photography) Brit 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. US and Canadian term: movie camera
Translations

cine camera

[ˈsɪnɪˈkæmrə] n (Brit) → cinepresa
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Estimates for auction items range from PS100 up to PS80,000 and people can bid for Audrey's own cine camera or a monogrammed Cartier evening set of lipstick holder and powder compact which she used in the 1950s and 1960s.
An AV lock plate fits on the back of the camera, so it's easy to power and has all the professional BNC inputs/outputs you would expect from a professional digital cine camera.
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The Smartphone Projector is a clever little gadget that looks like a classic cine camera.
He took thousands of pictures of the area at the time and decided to shoot some film, too, after paying PS5 for an old cine camera at a jumble sale.
Mr Travis, a keen photographer, took thousands of pictures of the area at the time, and after acquiring an old cine camera at a jumble sale for PS5 decided to shoot some film too.
The enthusiast used a 16mm cine camera to film the episodes as they appeared on his television screen.
Retrieving the film, whether from a stills or cine camera also meant opening the system with the risk of getting dirt, humidity and other foreign objects blown in, thereby dealing a blow to reliability rates.
He had the captain's hat and jacket and his cine camera with him.
At least they were waiting with their cine camera and were able to stand on the runway to film the plane as we returned.