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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They include: small, light video cameras (minicams), light,
Even imagery applications have improved: If you match a consumer editing application such as Apple's iDVD with a little training and a good minicam, you can produce tremendously good yet cost-effective video.
Senorita raises the decibel levels, giving way to a pulsating What Goes Around, with Justin on piano and hand-held minicam, making full use of the huge screens for some dramatic close-ups.
For example, we offer fiberscopes, flexible videoscopes, high speed video cameras, lighting sources, pipe and cable trackers, rigid borescopes, video crawler inspection systems and infrared cameras, all from world-class manufacturers such as Olympus, Sony, MiniCam, iPEK, Pearpoint, and Flir Systems."
Ron Burgundy: Drop the hot comb and pick up a minicam.
(1997]: "An Integrated Assessment of Climate Change and the Accelerated Introduction of Advanced Energy Technologies: An Application of MiniCAM 1.0", Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change, 1, 311-339.
Such particle movements in the focal plane of the tethered larva were videotaped using an SPI Minicam mounted on a 20X ocular on a Wild dissecting microscope positioned to give a lateral view of the larva at an objective magnification of 6X.
Tony says: "They put a minicam in the tearoom and left it running all day.
In a procedure called capsule endoscopy, the patient swallows the minicam, which then takes pictures inside the small intestine.
The team's flight from Portland to Sacramento, a bumpy ride in which guard Ben Lindquist took a minicam and conducted in-flight interviews with queasy teammates.
Neither the BBC nor the U.S.'s Big 3 TV networks saw a market for 24-hour news; it took a renegade named Turner operating out of Atlanta to wed three trends--the advent of the shoulder-held minicam, more affordable access to satellite transmission and the fact people no longer make it home in time for the 6 o'clock news--into the concept of a continuous news format.
Plus, the Goldline Minicam (rrp pounds 14.99), with manual flash, is yours for just pounds 9.99.