American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A dry-cell powered photographic apparatus that holds and electrically triggers a flashbulb. Also called flash unit.
- n. photography An electrically powered device used to trigger a flashbulb
- n. photography Any similar unit used to generate repeatable flashes of light for photography
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. a lamp for providing intense momentary light to take a photograph.
- n. a lamp for providing momentary light to take a photograph
“Given his newspaper work, his studio business and his commercial assignments, Teenie was everywhere, shooting everyone, dashing in with his flashgun to take his one shot and dashing off to his next job.”
“Fastest-ever flashgun captures image of light wave - The description of how it works and why is a hair technical, but still pretty interesting.”
“A flashgun—of course, that was how Zach would interpret the bursts of light in the hallway.”
“The flash of light was exactly like a flashgun going off in her eyes, leaving her with dancing afterimages.”
“A flashgun fires through the camera in reverse, from the back.”
“Fastest-ever flashgun captures image of light wave”
“He has photographed each darkroom on large format film, working in total darkness with a flashgun.”
“The camera flashgun is already set up; all that is left to do is to press the trigger button in his hand.”
“In the room, he sits in a chair facing a blank wall with the flashgun mounted behind him.”
“He watches the wall to ascertain its reflected brightness when the flashgun is triggered, an approximate measure of how much light is discharged.”
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