- n. A video camera.
“On the other hand, when it comes to Knock-off-Nigels, most of us loathe them with good reason, those dishonest types who share inferior quality VHS transfers or videocam recordings and label them as full quality DVD rips when they should have truthfully described them.”
“Some of them might be video house calls using Skype or a videocam, but still you get the idea.”
“However, several white McCain election monitors arrived on the scene, one with a videocam (that went straight to YouTube) and a verbal confrontation ensued.”
“By chance, Milo finds a stash of confessional videocam tapes made by a woman he doesn't know who feels seems to feel responsible for the disappearance and possible death of a former high-school classmate of hers.”
“The attack was reportedly captured on an underwater videocam that Failla's boyfriend was using to record the dive.”
“You can just read or say anything you want in front of the videocam.”
“Margaret Carlson wrote in the February 21, 1994 issue, "The videocam verite of the clubbing [of Kerrigan] provides the same gritty realism that the Zapruder footage brought to Oliver Stone's JFK.”
“The ear is not a simple equivalent to a microphone, and the eye is not a simple equivalent to a videocam.”
“The ear is not a simple equivalent to a microphone, and the eye is not a simple equivalent to a videocam.2The argument was made that conversations at a public telephone booth have no expectation of privacy either.”
“Speaking of editing, in an attempt to make us believe that Gretchen is not the stone cold beeyotch we all know now she really is, we get to eavesdrop this week on her videocam call to her mother.”
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