icon·o·scope noun \ī-ˈkä-nə-ˌskōp\
: a camera tube containing an electron gun and a photoemissive mosaic screen of which each cell produces a charge proportional to the varying light intensity of the image focused on the screen
Origin of ICONOSCOPE
First Known Use: 1932
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