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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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Canon, for example, manufactures its DSLR cameras in Japan.
This article: (1) explains the impact of digital cameras in today's classrooms, (2) indicates effective usage of digital cameras, and (3) relates how multidimensional learning can be provided for students by using digital cameras.
HP also offers a full range of cameras and projectors, scanners and photo printers that provide consumers with a total digital imaging solution.
Using digital cameras and Adobe Photoshop Elements, the students superimpose digital photos of themselves on tourist sites all over the world.
All three cameras offer a 3D Image mode, which when making a pair of slightly spaced exposures, produces a stereopticon-like 3D images when seen through the special viewer that is provided.
A nursing facility is their home, and if they want cameras in their rooms, they have a right to have them.
Avoid cameras that require you to reinstall your Windows software or load on a host of software.
Despite a three-year, 38 percent decline in crime in New York City, and despite Mayor Rudolph Giuliani's boast that Central Park "is probably the safest urban park in the United States," the NYPD is considering placing surveillance cameras there, as well as in other city locations.
All the systems discussed here position video cameras (charge-coupled devices or CCDs) above, or occasionally below, the web to collect light shining through or bouncing off the web.
With the imminent introduction of the PowerShot A570 IS and A560 digital cameras, Canon's A-Series digital cameras have once again come to the rescue of consumers just joining the digital photo revolution, as well as those who are already in the photo-fray, and are waiting for top-tier technology to trickle down before they trade-up.
The smallest of these cheap digital cameras would have been easy to miss if it wasn't so sexy.