cameraman

[kam-er-uh-man, -muhn, kam-ruh-]
noun, plural cameramen [kam-er-uh-men, -muhn, kam-ruh-] .
a person who operates a camera, especially a movie or television camera.

Origin:
1900–05; camera + man1


See -man.
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cameraman (ˈkæmərəˌmæn, ˈkæmrə-)
 
n , pl -men
a person who operates a film or television camera
 
usage  Gender-neutral form: camera operator

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Example sentences
But their tea party went badly wrong when a cameraman's microphone picked up a
  private conversation.
The reporter interviewed their leader as the cameraman recorded the event for
  posterity.
As soon as our intrepid cameraman zooms out, which minimises the effects of
  cameraman-induced motion, the light steadies.
He even called out a cameraman in the news conference for texting instead of
  listening.
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