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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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Add to these attributes the other arguments in favor of an SLR -- "point-and-shoot" simplicity, small and light, superior low light performance, and the option to add additional lenses and accessories if desired -- and the purchase of a point-and-shoot camera becomes difficult to justify.
No film or time- and cost- consuming processing is required for the Macintosh or Windows user who can instantly capture, view (on a built-in, color LCD screen), review, print, delete, save, post to the Web, or remotely send pictures taken with the D-200L -- which looks, feels and operates like any conventional Olympus point-and-shoot camera.
The products range from the company's first professional-quality Digital Still Camera and the world's fastest continuous shooting 35mm SLR, to the world's first solar-powered point-and-shoot camera and binoculars with Optical Image Stabilization.