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Words Related to Arts and Crafts - Types of Camera

Here you will learn some English words related to types of cameras such as "dashcam", "pinhole camera", and "camcorder".

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omnidirectional camera
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a camera that can capture a 360-degree view of its surroundings in a single shot
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camcorder
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a portable device used to take pictures and videos
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backup camera
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a type of camera installed on the rear of a vehicle to assist the driver in backing up or reversing by providing a view of the area behind the vehicle
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box camera
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a simple type of camera that consists of a closed box with a lens on one end and a film or digital sensor on the other end
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camera phone
[noun]
a mobile phone that is equipped with a built-in camera that allows users to take photos and videos
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closed-circuit television
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a system in which a number of cameras send their feed to television sets to protect a place and its occupants from crime
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point-and-shoot camera
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a type of camera that is designed to be easy to use, with automatic settings for focus, exposure, and other settings, and is typically compact and portable
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mirrorless camera
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a type of digital camera that does not have a mirror-based optical viewfinder, but instead uses an electronic viewfinder or the rear LCD screen to preview the image
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dashcam
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a type of camera that is mounted on the dashboard or windshield of a vehicle to record video footage of the road ahead or inside the car
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digital camera
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a camera that captures an image as digital data that can be kept and viewed on a computer
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digital single-lens reflex camera
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a type of digital camera that uses a mirror and prism system to reflect light from the lens to an optical viewfinder, allowing the photographer to see exactly what the lens sees
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disposable camera
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a type of point-and-shoot film camera that is designed to be used once and then discarded, typically with the entire camera being sent to a photo lab for processing and printing
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document camera
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a type of camera that is designed to capture and display images of printed materials, 3D objects, or other items on a larger screen or display, such as a computer or projector
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gun camera
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a type of camera mounted on a military aircraft or vehicle that is used to capture footage of targets during military operations
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IP camera
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a type of digital video camera that is designed to transmit and receive data over a computer network or the internet, allowing remote viewing and control of the camera from anywhere with internet access
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large format
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a type of photography that uses larger film or digital sensors than traditional 35mm film or digital cameras
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live preview
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a feature in digital cameras and other imaging devices that allows the user to preview the image or video in real-time on a screen or display before capturing the image or video
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medium format
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a type of photography that uses larger film or digital sensors than 35mm cameras but smaller than large format cameras
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movie camera
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a device used to capture motion pictures by recording sequential frames of moving images onto a medium such as film or digital storage
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pinhole camera
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a simple type of camera that uses a small hole to project an inverted image of the outside world onto a surface located inside the camera, typically onto a piece of film or photosensitive paper
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television camera
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a type of camera that is used to capture and transmit live or recorded video and audio signals for television broadcasting, typically consisting of a lens, image sensor, and electronic circuitry for processing and transmitting the video signal
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rapatronic camera
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a high-speed camera designed to capture images of high-speed events such as nuclear explosions or ballistic missile launches
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rangefinder camera
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a type of camera that uses a rangefinder mechanism to help the photographer focus the image by measuring the distance between the camera and the subject
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stereo camera
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a type of camera that uses two or more lenses or image sensors to capture images from slightly different angles, allowing the camera to create a 3D image of the subject
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thermographic camera
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a type of camera that is designed to capture images using thermal radiation, rather than visible light
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time-of-flight camera
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a type of camera that uses infrared light to measure the distance between the camera and objects in its field of view
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traffic enforcement camera
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a type of camera that is used to detect and record traffic violations, such as speeding or running a red light, and to capture images or video of the offending vehicle
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twin-lens reflex camera
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a type of camera that uses two lenses, one for taking the picture and one for the viewfinder, with the lenses mounted on top of each other and the viewfinder lens reflecting the image up onto a ground glass or prism for the photographer to compose the shot
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video camera
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a type of camera used for electronic motion picture acquisition, initially developed for the television industry but now commonly used in filmmaking as well
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webcam
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a camera connected to a computer that is used for recording or broadcasting videos of the user
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gamma camera
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a type of medical imaging device that uses gamma rays emitted by a radioactive tracer to create images of the body, allowing doctors to visualize the structure and function of internal organs and tissues
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virtual camera
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a type of software or device that allows users to manipulate and control the position, orientation, and other parameters of a virtual camera within a digital environment
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body camera
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a type of camera that is worn on the body, typically on the chest or shoulder, and is used to capture audio and video footage of interactions between law enforcement officers and the public
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selfie camera
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a front-facing camera on a mobile phone or digital camera that is designed for taking self-portraits
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hidden camera
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a type of camera that is designed to be concealed or disguised in order to capture video or audio footage without the knowledge or consent of the person being recorded
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instant camera
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a type of camera that produces a physical print of the photograph immediately after it is taken, using self-developing film or other printing technologies
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polaroid camera
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a type of instant camera that uses self-developing film to produce a physical print of the photograph immediately after it is taken, with the iconic white border around the image that is characteristic of the Polaroid brand
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