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video camera

n.
A camera that captures moving images and converts them into electronic signals so that they can be saved on a storage device, such as videotape or a memory card, or viewed on a monitor.
Translations
آلة تصوير فيديوكاميرا فيديو
videokamera
videokamera
cámara de videovideocámara
videokamera
videokamera
ビデオカメラ
비디오 카메라
videokamera
videokamera
กล้องถ่ายวีดีโอ
máy quay phim

video camera

nvideocamera

video

(ˈvidiəu) plural ˈvideos noun
1. the recording or broadcasting (by means of a video recorder) of television pictures and sound.
2. a videotape.
3. (also video cassette recorder; ~VCR) a machine used for watching or recording television films and programmes on videotape.
verb
to record on a video recorder or videotape. He videoed the television programme on volcanoes.
ˈvideo arcade noun
a place where people can play video games on machines.
ˈvideo camera noun
a camera for shooting video films.
ˈvideo (cassette) recorder noun
see video.
ˈvideo jockey noun
see VJ.
ˈvideotape noun
a magnetic tape for recording video films.
verb
to record a film etc on video.

video camera

كاميرا فيديو videokamera videokamera Videokamera βιντεοκάμερα videocámara videokamera caméra videokamera videocamera ビデオカメラ 비디오 카메라 videocamera videokamera kamera wideo câmara de vídeo, câmera de vídeo видеокамера videokamera กล้องถ่ายวีดีโอ video kamerası máy quay phim 摄像机
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