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Entering the camcorder age, the Beksinskis become relentless chroniclers of their own lives.
One man, visibly drunk for at least a couple of hours, takes his camcorder up to the winner of the main event and apparently says something unflattering.
The clip is right out of a cheesy ‘90s CD commercial, with bright graphics and a grainy visual that feels like it was recorded with a camcorder.
Take, for example, the 1998 film Wild Things; Denise Richards and Neve Campbell makeout in a pool while a creepy man watches from the woods with a camcorder.
Typically, the two-week limit on returns also covers drones, computers, camcorders, digital cameras, digital music players, e-tablets, e-readers, portable video players, GPS units, video game hardware, and prepaid cell phones.
Months of experimenting led him to mount two Panasonic camcorders side-by-side and then stitch the dual footage together in post-production.
Improvements in technology have given each of us a video camera in our pocket rather than a camcorder on our shoulder.
That case involved a camcorder inside of a backpack, according to court documents.
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Origin and Etymology of camcorder
First Known Use: 1981See Words from the same year
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