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Noun1.cine-camera - a camera that takes a sequence of photographs that can give the illusion of motion when viewed in rapid successioncine-camera - a camera that takes a sequence of photographs that can give the illusion of motion when viewed in rapid succession
camera, photographic camera - equipment for taking photographs (usually consisting of a lightproof box with a lens at one end and light-sensitive film at the other)
sound camera - a movie camera that records sounds in synchrony with the visual images
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(ˈsində) noun
a piece of burnt coal, wood etc. the cinders in the fireplace.
cine-camera (ˈsinikӕmərə) noun
a camera for taking moving pictures.
cinema (ˈsinəmə) noun
a building in which films are shown. He enjoys going to the cinema but he prefers the theatre.
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Occasionally however, the cine-camera takes charge, lingers over a calf that is reduced to nothing but skin stretched over a cage of ribs, and the final contractions of emaciated muscles.
* High-load cine-camera Li-ion battery: The line of SWIT High Load batteries offers up to 180W/15A constant power output, and can easily drive high-power cine-camera, high-power lightings and other critical equipment.
Denis Law, George Best and Bobby Charlton all played in the friendly against a Welsh representative side in 1969 and Maldwyn Edwards was there with his trusty Bolex cine-camera to capture the magic moment for posterity.
He said: "I went to the Caribbean with the Merchant Navy at 21 and when I came back the first thing I did was buy a cine-camera because I wanted to capture all the sights I had seen."
In any event the concept of a war correspondent armed with a cine-camera was something that did not develop until later in the war.
IN the 1930s, aristocrat turned amateur film-maker Rosie Newman travelled the world with her cine-camera loaded with brand new, state-of-the-art Kodacolor film.