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videocam

(ˈvɪdɪəʊˌkæm)
n
(Communications & Information) a portable camera that records moving images
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WHETHER it's listening to your favourite tunes while you work, chatting to mates on a videocam or printing out those priceless photographs, you need the latest peripherals to add a new dimension to your computing.
Kensington Technology Group, a leader in computer accessories, today announces its new line of Kensington VideoCAM Digital PC Cameras.
The Flip video camera by New York's Smart Design and Pure Digital Technologies is a pocket-size, easy-to-use videocam that employs no cables or complex software.
You can click onto a videocam of filming in Albert Square which, though a bit dull a times, is fantastic when we see the camera crews and actors strutting their stuff.
Further information on Rearden Technology, SiteCam, SiteZAP, or custom videocam solutions can be found at http://www.
12 /PRNewswire/ -- Using the latest specialized scuba masks and an underwater videocam, TV personalities will be broadcasting live -- with a lobster's point of view -- from the bottom of the huge 17,000 gallon heated Scuba Pool at the Port of Los Angeles Lobster Festival September 15,16, 17, 2006.
With easy-to-follow instructions and guidelines, and a special link to SpotLife, the VideoCam Activity Center will have users streaming live Webcasts in no time.
Visitors to the site will be able to interact with participants by viewing their progress via videocam, photographs, and progress charts -- and also use bulletin boards and chat rooms to offer comments, advice and encouragement.
Startec customers will now have a new window on the world as they view events through the live videocam from different locations and access culture centers for a variety of countries.
A live videocam of the studio later showed her checking her handbag to see if the mouse was hiding inside.