Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Camera"

The meaning of "Camera" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does The camera firm’s lenses have a long telephoto reach yet an exceptionally lightweight casing. mean?
A: It implies that it has a lot of features that would be heavy (a long telephoto reach) but due to its lightweight casing this isn’t the case.
Q: What does the camera man some need bleach mean?
A: Camera 🎥
Man 👨🏽‍💼

The camera man operates the camera.

Bleach is a type of cleaner.

Someone is asking the camera man for bleach
Q: What does Recently got a camera to play and experiment with. mean?
A: he received a camera, he's going to use the camera to test it.
Q: What does The camera is rolling. Let's try to get this shot in one take mean?
A: The camera is rolling means we are now recording
Q: What does the camera is crooked mean?
A: It means the camera is tilted or not sitting up straight.

Example sentences using "Camera"

Q: Please show me example sentences with camera shy.
A: I'm camera shy, so I don't like to post selfies.

Synonyms of "Camera" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between on-board camera and in-car camera ?
A: on-board implies it is built with the car.
“in-car” may or may not have been built with the car.
Generally speaking, both of them mean the same thing to me.
Q: What is the difference between The camera is for taking underwater pictures. and The camera is to take underwater pictures. ?
A: As long as it's not alive/human, then no difference. But if it's a person, there's a difference. Example: This photographer is for taking wedding pictures=his purpose is to take wedding pictures. This photographer is to take wedding pictures = in the future, this photographer will take wedding pictures.
Q: What is the difference between I've got a new camera. and I have a new camera. ?
A: There's no difference but "I've got a new camera", could mean you bought a new camera or you have one already.
Q: What is the difference between How much was your new camera? and How much your new camera? ?
A: because camera is a thing
Q: What is the difference between This is why I bought a camera. and That is why I bought a camera. ?
A: I would use "that" if another person says the reason, and "this" when I say the reason

Translations of "Camera"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? "I thought that I had put my camera next to my seat. "
This sentence used to the situation when I lost my camera on the train.
but I don't know why i have to use "had put" not only "put"
A: "had" is used to refer to the past. In this sentence you talked about something in the past so you would use "had put".
Does that make sense?
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? What does it mean "it's not your camera rather it's your eyes which will flick at first" ??
A: like, 눈이 카메라보다 먼저 깜박일꺼야
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? the camera lens is so delicate that even the "slightness (or slightest)" of details will be captured on film. which is correct(nature)? slightness or slightest and why?
A: Slightest! It's slightest because slightest is an adjective, which describes the details. While, slightness is a noun, which isn't used for describing!
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? camera da letto
A: Bedroom
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? camera
A: my pleasure

Other questions about "Camera"

Q: are you okay with you on camera? does this sound natural?
A: Are you okay with being on camera?
Q: They don't look that fast on camera but you get upwards to 30-40 mph which is actually pretty damn fast for that small of an area it is and how low you are to the ground. (about kart racing) does this sound natural?
A: "They don't look that fast on camera, but you can get up to 30-40 mph, which is actually pretty damn fast considering how small they are and how low you are to the ground."
Q: Please do not flash a camera in our store. does this sound natural?
A: Most stores that want to convey this message say "No flash photography in the store" or "Flash photography prohibited in store."
Q: "My camera sometimes don't work." does this sound natural?
A: it doesn't work
Q: He struck a cool pose impromptu to the camera directed suddenly at him. does this sound natural?
A: He struck a cool, impromptu prose when the camera was suddenly directed at him.

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