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- n. television equipment consisting of a lens system that focuses an image on a photosensitive mosaic that is scanned by an electron beam
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Her home was a crime scene, and for days she watched out of the front window on Carpenter Street as television camera crews and reporters swarmed her neighborhood, looking for people to interview, getting backdrops for their live shots.
When getting on for twenty assorted vans and private cars had come to a ragged halt all over the place, disgorging film cameras (Intramind Imaging), a television camera (local station) and dozens of people looking purposeful with heavy equipment and chest-hugged clipboards, I got out of my car and put on the ill-fitting brown overalls, complete with identity badge.