Recent Examples of camcorder from the Web
Today, a cursory Internet search will lead you to video footage taken inside the houseboat by police in the aftermath—with a shaky camcorder leading you through Cunanan’s final lair.
Your camcorder-toting dad might have been onto something in the '90s.
The best part of this showing, though, was Jermaine O'Neal's outfit and Ron Artest geeking out while recording the event with his handheld camcorder.
In the Fade opens with camcorder footage of a prison wedding that unites Nuri (Numan Acar), a handsome Turkish immigrant to Germany doing time on a drug charge, and Katja (Diane Kruger), his blond, statuesque German girlfriend.
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.
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Origin and Etymology of camcorder
First Known Use: 1981See Words from the same year
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Definition of camcorder for English Language Learners
: a small video camera for personal use
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