Point-and-shoot



[point-n-shoot] /ˈpɔɪnt nˈʃut/

adjective
1.
of or denoting a camera that does not require manual adjustment of shutter speed, focus, aperture, etc.
noun
2.
a camera with such automatic features.
adjective
1.
of or relating to a camera in which the lens aperture and shutter speed are automatically adjusted
adjective

pertaining to a camera interface with automatic or preset controls, esp. for focus and shutter speed
noun

a camera with automatic or preset controls, esp. for focus and shutter speed
Word Origin

1975-80
Usage Note

point-and-shoot, v

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