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Bellows Bel"lows, n. sing. & pl. [OE. bely, below, belly, bellows, AS. b[ae]lg, b[ae]lig, bag, bellows, belly. Bellows is prop. a pl. and the orig. sense is bag. See Belly.] An instrument, utensil, or machine, which, by alternate expansion and contraction, or by rise and fall of the top, draws in air through a valve and expels it through a tube for various purposes, as blowing fires, ventilating mines, or filling the pipes of an organ with wind. Bellows camera, in photography, a form of camera, which can be drawn out like an accordion or bellows. Hydrostatic bellows. See Hydrostatic. A pair of bellows, the ordinary household instrument for blowing fires, consisting of two nearly heart-shaped boards with handles, connected by leather, and having a valve and tube., Bicameral Bi*cam"er*al, a. [Pref. bi- + camera.] Consisting of, or including, two chambers, or legislative branches. --Bentham., Camera lucida Cam"e*ra lu"ci*da [L. camera chamber + L. lucidus, lucida, lucid, light.] (Opt.) An instrument which by means of a prism of a peculiar form, or an arrangement of mirrors, causes an apparent image of an external object or objects to appear as if projected upon a plane surface, as of paper or canvas, so that the outlines may conveniently traced. It is generally used with the microscope., Camera obscura Cam"e*ra ob*scu"ra [LL. camera chamber + L. obscurus, obscura, dark.] (Opt.) 1. An apparatus in which the images of external objects, formed by a convex lens or a concave mirror, are thrown on a paper or other white surface placed in the focus of the lens or mirror within a darkened chamber, or box, so that the outlines may be traced. 2. (Photog.) An apparatus in which the image of an external object or objects is, by means of lenses, thrown upon a sensitized plate or surface placed at the back of an extensible darkened box or chamber variously modified; -- commonly called simply the camera., Camerade Came"rade, n. See Comrade. [Obs.], Cameralistic Cam`e*ra*lis"tic, a. Of or pertaining to finance and public revenue., Manchineel Man`chi*neel", n. [Sp. manzanillo, fr. manzana an apple, fr. L. malum Matianum a kind of apple. So called from its apple-like fruit.] (Bot.) A euphorbiaceous tree (Hippomane Mancinella) of tropical America, having a poisonous and blistering milky juice, and poisonous acrid fruit somewhat resembling an apple. Bastard manchineel, a tree (Cameraria latifolia) of the East Indies, having similar poisonous properties. --Lindley., Camerate Cam"er*ate, v. i. [imp. & p. p. Camerated; p. pr. & vb. n. Camerzting.] [L. cameratus, p. p. of camerare. See Camber.] 1. To build in the form of a vault; to arch over. 2. To divide into chambers., Camerate Cam"er*ate, v. i. [imp. & p. p. Camerated; p. pr. & vb. n. Camerzting.] [L. cameratus, p. p. of camerare. See Camber.] 1. To build in the form of a vault; to arch over. 2. To divide into chambers., Cameration Cam`er*a"tion, n. [L. cameratio.] A vaulting or arching over. [R.], Concamerate Con*cam"er*ate (k[o^]n*k[a^]m"[~e]r*[=a]t), v. t. [L. concameratus, p. p. of concamerare to arch over. See Camber.] 1. To arch over; to vault. Of the upper beak an inch and a half consisteth of one concamerated bone. --Grew. 2. To divide into chambers or cells. --Woodward., Concameration Con*cam`er*a"tion (-[=a]"sh[u^]n), n. [L. concameratio.] 1. An arch or vault. 2. A chamber of a multilocular shell. --Glanvill., Magazine camera Magazine camera (Photog.) A camera in which a number of plates can be exposed without reloading., Panoramic Pan`o*ram"ic, Panoramical Pan`o*ram"ic*al, a. Of, pertaining to, or like, a panorama. Panoramic camera. See under Camera., Camera obscura Cam"e*ra ob*scu"ra [LL. camera chamber + L. obscurus, obscura, dark.] (Opt.) 1. An apparatus in which the images of external objects, formed by a convex lens or a concave mirror, are thrown on a paper or other white surface placed in the focus of the lens or mirror within a darkened chamber, or box, so that the outlines may be traced. 2. (Photog.) An apparatus in which the image of an external object or objects is, by means of lenses, thrown upon a sensitized plate or surface placed at the back of an extensible darkened box or chamber variously modified; -- commonly called simply the camera., Unicameral U`ni*cam"e*ral, a. [Uni- + L. camera vault.] Having, or consisting of, a single chamber; -- said of a legislative assembly. [R.] --F. Lieber.


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- a video camera is a camera used for electronic motion picture acquisition, initially developed by the television industry but now common
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