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- n. An electronic, often battery-powered device for recording and storing photographs in digital format, especially on a flash card.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a camera that encodes an image digitally and store it for later reproduction
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Her hands kept moving, swift and deft, taking the next canvas messenger bag, stowing the medkit, extra clips, pad of paper, the pen with the digital camera in the shaft, copper wire, Matheson handheld — all the little things no Society op should be without.
Swallowing back his fear, he stuffed the useless binoculars into the knapsack, then pulled out his Fujifilm digital camera and, with a deep breath that he quickly regretted, started belly-crawling across the rain-dampened ground.
One wonders what might be discovered if we used state-of-the-art digital camera systems that detect higher frequencies of light and searched for the potential existence of higher-frequency beings.
Euphoric with the rush of having completed the daunting traverse, I pulled my digital camera out of my jacket for a self-portrait.
One of the things I like to do is carry a tiny digital camera on my belt because you never know when the opportunity will arise to add an outstanding visual to your Electronic Arsenal.