digital camera

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digital camera (plural digital cameras)

  1. An electronic, often battery-powered device for recording and storing photographs in digital format, especially on a flash card.
    • 2006, Michael Grecco, Lighting and the Dramatic Portrait, Amphoto Books, →ISBN, page 20:
      The good thing about digital cameras and digital backs is that they allow you to change ISO in the middle of shooting. You can't do that with film.

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