automatic, disposable, electronic, high-resolution, high-speed, panoramic, Polaroid™, SLR, underwater

I bought a disposable camera from the gift shop.

analogue/analog, digital
six-megapixel, etc.
box, pinhole
cine (BrE), movie, television, TV, video
infrared, night-vision, thermal
compact, miniature, tiny
hidden, secret, spy

a mobile phone with a built-in camera (BrE)

CCTV, closed-circuit, security, surveillance
hand-held, mobile

The documentary was shot using a hand-held digital camera.

aim, focus, point

Simply point your camera at the subject and press the button.

operate, use

The camera can be operated remotely.

pose for

The outgoing and incoming presidents posed for the cameras.


He couldn't bring himself to face the waiting cameras.

attach, mount

The camera was mounted on a hang-glider.

install, place, position

Closed-circuit cameras have been installed throughout the building.

set up

The crews have been setting up their cameras.

film sth
capture sb/sth, catch sb/sth, record sb/sth

A security camera caught her shoplifting.

focus on sb/sth, pan across sth, pan around sth, pan to sth, zoom in (on sth)

The camera zoomed in on a picture above the fireplace.

linger (on sth)

The camera lingers on a close-up of her face.


The director gave the signal and the cameras rolled.

click, flash

She stepped onto the balcony and a thousand cameras clicked.

crew, team
bag, equipment, lens, shutter

A camera flash went off from behind the bushes.

angle, position
work (usually camerawork)

Police are checking security camera footage.


the highest-resolution camera phone on the market

in front of the cameras

He played his first game in front of the TV cameras.

off camera

The incident occurred off camera (= was not filmed).

on camera

The moment was caught on camera.

Collocations dictionary. 2013.

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