noun ver·a·scope \ˈverəˌskōp\

Definition of verascope

  1. :  a small stereoscopic camera made of metal and taking plates 45 to 107 millimeters in size

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Origin and Etymology of verascope

International Scientific Vocabulary vera (feminine of Latin verus true) + -scope — more at very

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