on-camera

[on-kam-er-uh, -kam-ruh, awn-]
adjective, adverb
within the range of a motion-picture or television camera; while being filmed or televised: on-camera blunders; The assassination happened on-camera.

Origin:
1960–65

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Example sentences
Freddie doesn't get the on-camera job he's angling for.
It's as if they were on-camera not to deliver a performance or even to be themselves on-screen, but to find out who they are.
Had no time at all to do any short on-camera interviews with other speakers.
The real joke is on us, and those who appear on-camera.
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