What Is a Video Camera?

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A video camera is a camera used for electronic motion picture acquisition and recording on videotape or for transmitting them to a monitor screen. Exampls of video cameras include Nikon S3100, Canon LEGRIA R27 HD and Sony Handycam HDR-CX115E.
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Ask.com Answer for: what is a video camera
video camera
NOUN
1.
a portable, handheld camera that records onto videotape for playback, especially on a television screen.
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A video camera is an electronic device which combines a video camera and recorder into a single unit. A video camera is generally portable some being with features such as hard drive, memory card, SD card and removable media.
A video camera is a form of photography that allows the user to capture moving images of a certain subject, such as other people. The moving image is stored on some sort of storage medium - a tape, a disc, etc., until it is ready to be viewed.
As far as I know a video camera is a camera that records thousands of images in succession. This creates a moving set of pictures. There are two types of video cameras digital and nondigital. How they record depends on what type of camera they are.
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