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Webcam

A camera with an assigned Internet protocol (IP) address, reachable by persons on the Internet and in possession of the IP address or a Web link.Webcams with remotely controlled pan and zoom features are becoming an important tool for the marketing of commercial properties, especially when potential buyers or tenants may come from anywhere in the nation or the world.

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The company transferred its Digital Single Lens Reflex (DSLR) operations to Sony in March 2006, shutting down the rest of its camera production.
As classrooms continue to be infused with various forms of technology, teachers need to recognize the role digital cameras play in student performance and the multiple dimensions this instructional tool does to enrich learning.
The transparent front and back covers of the phone serve as frames for custom designs and images taken from the phone's camera can be used as designs for the covers.
Will you be taking 20 photos a lesson; will the camera be used five hours a day?
In addition, Kyocera will unveil the Contax Tvs model that is described as a ``boutique'' point-and-shoot 5-megapixel digital camera that is equipped with ultra-high quality Carl Zeiss Vario Sonnar T* optics.
He used it for astronomical applications, and similar to Alhazen had a portable tent camera for surveying.
Jones' daughter could say, for example, 'I waive my mother's privacy rights, so therefore I'm going to stick a camera over her bed.
Also, find out which interface--Universal Serial Bus (USB) or parallel port--the camera requires so you can make a match with your computer system.
New Yorkers enjoying a day in Central Park may soon be smiling for more cameras than they are aware of.
Called the Fine-Line, this camera scans at 2000 times/sec.
This sensitivity at the top-end allows the camera to utilize faster shutter speeds, significantly reducing the effects of camera shake and subject movement during hand- held or low-light photography.