or vid′eo record`er,

an electronic device for recording video signals on magnetic tape or on videodiscs.
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For two years, Betamax had a virtual monopoly of the videorecorder market, and some seven years later it had been almost entirely displaced by VHS.
And, of course, as his addled father, I have to ask him to come and push the proper sequence of 16 buttons to show what's been recorded on the digital videorecorder (DVR), which costs more per month than basic cable used to cost per year.
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Swimming events were recorded with a Cohu Model 4815 camera mounted above the container and a Sony MVO-9500MD Super-VHS videorecorder. The magnification was adjusted so that the container filled the entire field of the video image.