minicam


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minicam

(ˈmɪnɪkæm)
n
a miniature cine camera

min•i•cam

(ˈmɪn iˌkæm)

n.
a lightweight, hand-held television camera.
[1935–40; mini (ature) or mini- + cam (era)]
Translations

minicam

[ˈmɪnikæm] nminicaméra f, minicam m
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