Meaning of CAMERA in English

CAMERA

noun

ADJECTIVE

▪ automatic , disposable , electronic , high-resolution , high-speed , panoramic , Polaroid™ , SLR , underwater

I bought a disposable ~ from the gift shop.

▪ analogue/analog , digital

▪ six-megapixel , etc.

▪ box , pinhole

▪ cine ( BrE ), movie , television , TV , video

▪ infrared , night-vision , thermal

▪ compact , miniature , tiny

▪ hidden , secret , spy

▪ built-in

a mobile phone with a built-in ~ ( BrE )

▪ CCTV , closed-circuit , security , surveillance

▪ hand-held , mobile

The documentary was shot using a hand-held digital ~.

VERB + CAMERA

▪ aim , focus , point

Simply point your ~ at the subject and press the button.

▪ operate , use

The ~ can be operated remotely.

▪ pose for

The outgoing and incoming presidents posed for the ~s.

▪ face

He couldn't bring himself to face the waiting ~s.

▪ attach , mount

The ~ was mounted on a hang-glider.

▪ install , place , position

Closed-circuit ~s have been installed throughout the building.

▪ set up

The crews have been setting up their ~s.

▪ load

CAMERA + VERB

▪ film sth

▪ capture sb/sth , catch sb/sth , record sb/sth

A security ~ caught her shoplifting.

▪ focus on sb/sth , pan across sth , pan around sth , pan to sth , zoom in (on sth)

The ~ zoomed in on a picture above the fireplace.

▪ linger (on sth)

The ~ lingers on a close-up of her face.

▪ roll

The director gave the signal and the ~s rolled.

▪ click , flash

She stepped onto the balcony and a thousand ~s clicked.

CAMERA + NOUN

▪ crew , team

▪ operator

▪ bag , equipment , lens , shutter

▪ flash

A ~ flash went off from behind the bushes.

▪ angle , position

▪ work (usually camerawork )

▪ footage

Police are checking security ~ footage.

▪ trick

▪ phone

the highest-resolution ~ phone on the market

PREPOSITION

▪ in front of the ~s

He played his first game in front of the TV ~s.

▪ off ~

The incident occurred off ~ (= was not filmed) .

▪ on ~

The moment was caught on ~.

Oxford Collocations English Dictionary.      Оксфордский английский словарь словосочетаний .