Camera

In architecture, the term camera signifies a suite of rooms. The camera of an abbot or prior means his suite of lodgings in the establishment.
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camera

Latin, meaning: vault, vaulted room / small boat.
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camera

[n] - equipment for taking photographs (usually consisting of a lightproof box with a lens at one end and light-sensitive film at the other)
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Camera

Private room used for both living and sleeping, set apart from the more public areas of a house
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Camera

A virtual viewpoint in 3D space that possesses both position and direction. In a 3D scene, the camera represents the viewer`s eye. When the scene is rendered at final quality, it is the camera view that is used, rather than the one seen in the software`s workspace. This enables the artist to move around the workspace without disturbing the camera v...
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Camera

An instrument for taking photographs consisting of a lightproof box, shutter, adjustable aperture and a lens through which an image is focussed on a light sensitive film or sensor.Kodak No. 2 Brownie box camera introduced around 1910.Kodak Brownie 127 introduced in 1952. The body was made from Bakelite.Olympus Trip 35 First introduced in 1968 this ...
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Camera

A device with a light-proof enclosure for forming an image on a light-sensitive medium
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Camera

Cam'e·ra noun ; plural English Cameras , Latin Camerae . [ Latin vault, arch, Late Latin , chamber. See Chamber .] A chamber, or instrument having a chamber. Specifically: The camera obscura when used in photography. See Camera , and Camera obscura . ...
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camera

1. A closed box; especially one containing a lens, shutter, and light-sensitive film or plates for photography. ... 2. In anatomy, any chamber or cavity, such as one of the chambers of the heart, or eye. ... Origin: L. A vault ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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camera

photographic camera noun equipment for taking photographs (usually consisting of a lightproof box with a lens at one end and light-sensitive film at the other)
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camera

(kam´ә-rә) pl. ca´merae, cameras Latin word meaning cavity or chamber; a term used in anatomy. a device for converting light or other energy from an object into a visible image. Anger camera the original form of gamma camera. Because the Anger camera is by far the...
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Camera

• (n.) A chamber, or instrument having a chamber. Specifically: The camera obscura when used in photography. See Camera, and Camera obscura.
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camera

in photography, device for recording an image of an object on a light-sensitive surface; it is essentially a light-tight box with an aperture to ... [9 related articles]
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camera

camera 1. An apparatus for taking photographs, generally consisting of a lightproof enclosure having an aperture with a shuttered lens through which the image of an object is focused and recorded on a photosensitive film or plate. 2. Any of several electronic scanning and imaging devices; such as, a gamma camera, that enables radiation patterns to...
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camera

Type: Term Pronunciation: kam′er-ă, -ē, ăz Definitions: 1. A closed box; especially one containing a lens, shutter, and light-sensitive film or plates for photography. Synonyms: anterior chamber of eyeball
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Camera

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Camera

[Japanese magazine] The first issue of Ars Camera is dated April 1921: predating Asahi Camera by five years. With a mixture of photographs, material about cameras, and contests, it set a pattern for mainstream camera magazines that has continued to the present day. It managed to keep publishing despite the Tokyo earthquake of 1923, but from...
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camera

camera, lightproof box or container, usually fitted with a lens, which gathers incoming light and concentrates it so that it can be directed toward the film (in an optical camera) or the imaging device (in a digital camera) contained within. Today there are many different types of camera in use, all...
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Camera

The most important tool of the photographer in film parlance. It is the primary means of bringing film into being. It exposes film, usually, at a rate of 24 frames per second. (This is because the limits of the human eye result in a capability of discerning time passage of 1/20 of a second. The camera allows the human eye to be tricked into seeing ...
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Camera

A camera is a device used in photography for capturing photographic pictures or television pictures. The camera as we know it was originally known as the camera obscura, a device used for both projecting images on to paper for sketching, and on to sensitised paper for photography, in distinction from the camera lucida, which was a similar, portable...
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camera

Click images to enlargeApparatus used in photography, consisting of a lens system set in a light-proof box inside of which a sensitized film or plate can be placed. The lens collects rays of light reflected from the subject and brings them together as a sharp image on the film. The opening or hole at the front of the ...
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Camera

[magazine] Camera was a photography review that began its life in Lucerne, Switzerland, later distributed in many countries and languages. The magazine grew to its greatest international influence towards in latter half of its life of sixty years; on the leading edge of almost every important period in photography, Camera was often among th...
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Camera

[disambiguation] A camera is a device to make photographs or movies. Camera or CAMERA may also refer to: ...
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Camera

[cephalopod] Camerae (singular camera) are the spaces or chambers enclosed between two adjacent septa in the phragmocone of a nautiloid or ammonoid cephalopod. These can be seen in cross-sections of a nautilus shell and in the polished cross-sections of ammonites. In life these chambers are filled with gas, mediated by the siphuncle, and us...
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Camera

A camera is an optical instrument that records images that can be stored directly, transmitted to another location, or both. These images may be still photographs or moving images such as videos or movies. The term camera comes from the word camera obscura (Latin for `dark chamber`), an early mechanism for projecting images. The modern camera ev.....
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