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Camera

A chamber, room, or apartment in old English Law. A judge's chamber. Treasury, chest, or coffer.

To be in camera is to be in private or in chambers.

See: chamber
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Sony has spent around JPY 20 billion to acquire Konica Minolta's digital camera business operation--a large investment considering the current difficult market in Japan.
Digital cameras are educational tools that support purposeful instruction with a clear vision on curriculum, instruction, assessment, and reflection.
Although districts have been forced to tighten their budgets, digital cameras are so affordable now--starting as low as $30--that the number of educators replacing traditional cameras with digital models is exploding, says Coleman.
Fitting firmly and comfortably into a user's hand, the PowerShot A570 IS digital camera continues the line's characteristic grip design and easy-to-use intuitive interface with the added accent of a new champagne color grip.
Though, once I got my other digital camera back, I was still excited to have my Eyeplate.
Compared to previous Canon cameras with Face Detection technology, the PowerShot TX1 digital camera adds several improvements, including the ability to use the function for movies as well as still images, the ability to detect faces that are further away or not aimed directly at the camera, and better control of flash exposure.
While recording video using a digital camera is becoming more commonplace, most consumers still don't know what they can do with the video or how to get the video off the device.
The new PowerShot A550 and A460 digital cameras deliver an exceptional value to the consumer," says Yuichi Ishizuka, senior vice president and general manager of the Consumer Imaging Group at Canon U.
Additionally, while the rate of increasing sales is slowing (due in large part to industry-wide sales of more than 70-million digital point-and shoot-cameras in the United States in the last three years alone), and it is expected that by the close of 2006, fully 61 percent of US households will have at least one digital camera.
What's more, thanks to the DIGIC III chip's more aggressive noise reduction, the PowerShot G7 digital camera is able to shoot at ISO equivalent speed ratings from 80 to as high as 1600.
A Brief History of Canon's Progress in the Digital Camera Market