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  • n. A digital camera


Originally a trade name. (Wiktionary)


  • And naturally I can't just hie over there right this minute, despite the fact that my digicam is primed and ready to go.

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  • The pattern, called 'digicam,' was designed using small micropatterns to make soldiers harder to spot.

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  • OTOH, my digicam is the size of a pack of cards, and is ALWAYS in my pocket.

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  • A smart, ambious reporter/ blogger would be able to sneak a digicam with an uplink into these places and get a hellava story.

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  • Brian P said he ended up filming most of our 45min set on his digicam, which is good because I need to send a clip of the whirling cable bit to Moog Music they asked for video footage of that technique a few months back.

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  • To explain, the megapixel of the digicam is the resolution of the camera, or more specifically it is how many pixels of light within a given space. New Blogs and RSS Feeds

  • To explain, the mega-pixel of a digicam is the resolution of the camera, or more specifically it's the number of pixels of light inside a given space. New Blogs and RSS Feeds

  • Battery life for stills seemed to be worse than average even for a slim digicam, that is to say, approximately 100 to 200 shots can be taken before you need to recharge.

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  • Bonus points for women looking into a "digicam" being pulled backwards into darkness.

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  • Another "digicam" benefit that comes thanks to Live View mode is Exposure Simulation, where the image you see onscreen in non-flash shots will appear approximately how your final image will look.

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