The video camera that you use to record your sessions that you share with Marlene over the Internet. Most of your camcorders you will get from your schools or yourself and will either be hi-8 or digital format.
A contraction of the words â€˜camera-recorderâ€™ meaning a video camera and videotape recorder integrated into a single housing. (At one time separate video cameras and videotape recorders were the norm).
A portable electronic recording device capable of recording live-motion video/audio for later replay through VCRs, TVs, and, in some models, a personal computer. The most popular recording device for the Cams.
a portable electronic recording device that can record live-motion video and audio for later replay through VCRs and televisions. Digital camcorders are capable of being connected to a personal computer for storing and editing. The computer must be equipped with digital video editing software, a capture card, and have i.Link/FireWire/IEEE 1394 ports. Some digital camcorders also have the facility to record stop-frame animation.
A video camera, i.e., a device that records continuous pictures and generates a signal for display or recording. To avoid confusion, it is recommended that the term "camcorder" be used rather than "camera" in contrast, a digital camera records still images, while a digital camcorder records continuous video images.
A camcorder is a portable electronic device for recording video s and audio onto an internal storage device. The camcorder contains both a video camera and (traditionally) a videocassette recorder in one unit, hence its portmanteau name. This compares to previous technology where they would be separate.