[on-kam-er-uh, -kam-ruh, awn-]
- within the range of a motion-picture or television camera; while being filmed or televised: on-camera blunders; The assassination happened on-camera.
Origin of on-camera
First recorded in 1960–65
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Examples from the Web for on-camera
Open-carry activists are known for baiting cops into on-camera arguments about the Second Amendment and state laws.Texas Gun Slingers Police the Police—With a Black Panthers Tactic
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Scotland has terrible weather—always good as dramatic background for on-camera live reports.Up to a Point: A Free Scotland Would Be a Hilarious Disaster
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During his on-camera appearances on Monday, Mohyeldin was wearing all black as a silent protest of the verdict.
MacKenzie said asking friends and a spouse about an on-camera talent is perfectly reasonable.The Shrinking of David Gregory
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She re-watched the first episode, measuring his on-camera reaction to each girl.Fans of ‘The Bachelor’ Embrace Brackets, Bookies, and Buy-ins in Online Betting Pools
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