phonecam

phonecam

(ˈfəʊnˌkam)
n
(Photography) a digital camera incorporated in a mobile phone
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Just point your phonecam and it annotates the scene with pop-ups on everything from ancient ruins to taco stands.
Finally the excitement of receiving a new work phonecam has waned on learning that it acts as a beacon allowing your location to be traced, and you are up for disciplinary action after circulating an embarrassing photo of your manager at a recent works do.
Actually "phonecams" have been a mainstream device for some years in Japan, where many users are already on their second- or third-generation device, according to Gael Lundeen, group vice president of marketing and strategy for the Photo Imaging Division of Fuji Photo Film U.S.A.