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video camera

noun
1.
a portable, handheld camera that records onto videotape for playback, especially on a television screen.
Also, videocamera [vid-ee-oh-kam-er-uh, ‐kam-ruh] /ˈvɪd i oʊˌkæm ər ə, ‐ˌkæm rə/ (Show IPA).
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Examples from the web for videocamera
  • We know only what they know, see what the videocamera sees.
  • They fiddled with a videocamera and digital-editing software, producing amateurish computer-edited movies.
  • Many are simply filmed by someone with a digital videocamera smuggled into the theater.
  • From the videocamera's vantage point, the officers could be observed entering and exiting the police station.

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