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== Definition ==
A '''video camera''' is a camera capable of acquiring and delivering to a recording device full-motion video. A video camera converts the moving image into a series of horizontal lines, which are further broken down into continuously varying [[pixel]]s for [[display]].
 
   
 
A '''video camera''' is a camera capable of acquiring and delivering to a recording device [[full-motion video]. A video camera converts the [[moving image]] into a series of horizontal lines, which are further broken down into continuously varying [[pixel]]s for [[display]].
 
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Definition

A video camera is a camera capable of acquiring and delivering to a recording device [[full-motion video]. A video camera converts the moving image into a series of horizontal lines, which are further broken down into continuously varying pixels for display.