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A camera which produces digital images that can be stored in a computer and displayed on screen.
- ‘Three weeks ago, thieves stole four laptop computers and two digital cameras.’
- ‘Activists with video cameras, digital cameras and laptop computers report on events as they happen.’
- ‘They hope a battery of digital cameras and camcorders will capture evidence of the paranormal.’
- ‘This is especially apparent with the very cheapest one megapixel digital cameras.’
- ‘The first device the company is working on is a viewfinder for digital cameras.’
- ‘It will also have a prize draw to give away 100 digital cameras to store visitors.’
- ‘All the information was stored by the digital camera when the picture was taken.’
- ‘Still images taken on a digital camera proved almost as effective in gaining back door access.’
- ‘You see, the problem with a digital camera is getting the images from the camera to your computer.’
- ‘Some printers and digital cameras can connect to computers wirelessly using Bluetooth.’
- ‘In 2003 digital cameras outsold film cameras in the US and Europe for the first time.’
- ‘They used digital cameras to record the images and then downloaded them onto the internet.’
- ‘I've been experimenting with black and white images using the digital camera.’
- ‘Here the huge SLRs or digital cameras are replaced with mobile phones with cameras.’
- ‘If you don't know what it takes to take a good photo, a digital camera will not help you.’
- ‘Take pictures with a digital camera and transfer them to the computer to be stored against their location on the wreck.’
- ‘Both companies began life designing these disk drives for digital cameras and video cams.’
- ‘These included a digital camera, a video camera, a lawnmower and a hedge trimmer.’
- ‘A couple of years back, there was a question mark over the image quality of the digital cameras.’
- ‘It is used by most digital cameras, and most images you see on Web sites are JPEG files.’
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