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As the camera of the Heat-Ray hit the water, the latter had immediately flashed into steam.
His mind seemed to turn, on the instant, into a vast camera obscura, and he saw arrayed around his consciousness endless pictures from his life, of stoke-holes and forecastles, camps and beaches, jails and boozing-kens, fever-hospitals and slum streets, wherein the thread of association was the fashion in which he had been addressed in those various situations.
Lubbock made drawings for me with the camera lucida of the jaws which I had dissected from the workers of the several sizes.
Now I know well that you medical men speak in camera, and that a man must not expect to know what they consult about in private.
But the very next time I showed my nose outside I heard a camera click as I passed, and the fiend was a person with velvet eyes.
It's the principle of the pneumatic instantaneous shutter for a camera lens.
One end of the apartment was unfurnished, except by the gymnastic apparatus, a photographer's camera, a ladder in the corner, and a common deal table with oil cans and paint pots upon it.
Snapping away with a camera when he ought to be improving his mind, and then diving down into the cellar like a rabbit into its hole to develop his pictures.
It was evidently taken by a snapshot from a small camera.
The transition from film to digital cameras was a technological revolution in the photography industry.
Digital cameras are educational tools that support purposeful instruction with a clear vision on curriculum, instruction, assessment, and reflection.
Of these devices, camera phones will account for about 60 percent of the market, followed closely by digital cameras.
While no one was noticing, digital cameras have become the hottest tech trend in K-12 districts today.
The two new cameras are the 3-megapixel Kyocera Finecam L3V and the 4-megapixel Kyocera Finecam L4V.
Often referred to as "granny cams," the possible types of video monitoring devices in long-term care facilities range from traditional video cameras and teleconferencing equipment to video telephones and Internet-based Web cams, although Passerini says that the granny cams she has seen or heard of have been videotape-based, not Web-based.