a cathode-ray tube that converts an optical image projected on its light-sensitive receptor surface into an electrical signal by a scanning process: used in television cameras.
the part of a television camera that converts an optical image into an electrical signal See also image orthicon, vidicon, Plumbicon, iconoscope
a woman who operates a camera, especially a movie or TV camera.
noun (printing) type matter ready to be photographed for plate-making without further alteration Also called mechanical
of or relating to a judicial or legislative chamber or the privacy of such a chamber. cameralistic. adjective of or relating to a judicial or legislative chamber
any of the mercantilist economists or public servants in Europe in the 17th and 18th centuries who held that the economic power of a nation can be enhanced by increasing its monetary wealth, as by the accumulation of bullion.