camera window

camera window

A window in the camera compartment through which photographs are taken.
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
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The patent was described as an "apparatus, systems or methods for camera integration with cover glass and for processing cover glass to provide a camera window for an electronic device."
"I usually lock the doors while I'm working, but once I had a man reach in through my camera window and try grab the things inside.
This Wi-Fi enabled camera can also be controlled using the Camera Window app for Android and iOS device.
If you hold down the button longer, "Fiber Enabled" will display on the chassis's LCD screen and a red glow will be seen coming from the chassis camera window.
I've noticed the camera window is sometimes open too.
Cipro repeatedly covered the cell monitoring camera with toilet paper, banged on the door and camera window and cursed at Officer Bateman, police said.
For example, in an exhibition at the Neuer Aachener Kunstverein in 2002, titled "To See Seeing," Fisher framed doors and windows with his "Door and Window Paintings," L-shaped canvases in gray that functioned like the squaring-down of the camera window. The architectural features determined the shape of the paintings, the goal being to get rid of composition and the framing rectangle.
In June 2006, board operator Nate Moulter's face looking out the camera window appeared on ESPN and other television outlets.
Facebook's first test involves showing an open camera window and the most recent images in the user's camera roll.