Definition of cameraman
: a person who operates a camera (as for motion pictures or television)
Recent Examples of cameraman from the Web
Cameramen entering the honeycomb of the Old City return with footage of cadavers, old and young, lying under blankets in front rooms for days.
The This Is Us star, 36, brought her boyfriend – who is a cameraman on the hit NBC show – to the Television Academy Host Words Plus Music Celebration.
Mr. Bond was a BBC cameraman at the time but satisfied his literary bent by writing on the side.
Others in the room can be victims in the case, Simpson family members, prison employees and law enforcement officers, a state photographer, a TV cameraman for live streaming and a press pool reporter.
There's a over a dozen cameramen snapping pictures.
At one point, police had to intervene to disperse a man and woman who were shouting at a cameraman and other reporters.
Giles, sweating from a 50-minute scrimmage, did his best to give the cameraman something impressive on tape.
Ramin Sangar, a cameraman at a television channel near the bombing site, said as he was loaded into an ambulance.
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First Known Use of cameraman
CAMERAMAN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of cameraman for English Language Learners
: someone (especially a man) who uses a camera to film something (such as a movie or television show)
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