In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- They were taking pictures with a digital camera and a video camera.
- The best way to do this is with a digital video camera and a high-speed FireWire connection.
- One of the best ways to help yourself improve is to use a video camera to record your movements.
- Once attached to the window of a moving vehicle it captures a stream of images similar to a video camera.
- The film was shot in two-and-a-half weeks, mostly with a digital video camera, using natural light.
- These included a digital camera, a video camera, a lawnmower and a hedge trimmer.
- All trials were recorded by a video camera that was positioned in the viewing gallery above the court.
- The camera was transmitting to a video camera and receiver stashed in the pannier of a bicycle locked to a nearby lamppost.
- The man holding the video camera turned the camera on and brought the eyepiece up to his eye.
- A video camera monitors the road markings and sets off a warning if a vehicle wanders.
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