point–and–shoot

adjective

Definition of point–and–shoot

  1. :  having or using preset or automatically adjusted controls (as for focus or shutter speed) a point–and–shoot camera

1964

First Known Use of point–and–shoot

1964


POINT–AND–SHOOT Defined for English Language Learners

point–and–shoot

adjective

Definition of point–and–shoot for English Language Learners

  • of a camera : having simple controls that do not need to be changed by the user and that make it possible to take pictures easily

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