Variant of camera
- a chamber; specif., the private office of a judge
- camera obscura
Origin: < camera obscuraa device for taking photographs, consisting essentially of a closed box containing a sensitized plate or film on which an image is formed when light enters the box through a lens or hole
- TV that part of the transmitter that consists of a lens and a special cathode-ray tube containing a plate on which the image to be televised is projected for transformation into electrical signals
Origin: Classical Latin camera, vault ; from Classical Greek kamara, vaulted chamber ; from Indo-European base an unverified form kam-, to arch
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