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- adv. Being in the viewing range of the video camera while it is recording.
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- adv. within range of a movie or television camera
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The Invader ship had been on camera for only a minute or so.
We almost didn’t capture Gephardt on camera for what would become the most notable and notorious spot from any candidate in the primary campaign; by the time we filmed it, the sun, already low in the sky, was beginning to set across an orange-rimmed horizon.
In all the years of doing the program, he never appeared on camera in his reading glasses for fear that viewers would mistake the show for The Tonight Show with Grandma Moses, which might scare off the coveted youth demographic.