Synonyms for camera

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But how the form of such a woman must be dwarfed in the camera of such a man's mind!

He is like a camera with the cap on—he never gets a new impression.

I was tapping away at the door of his recollections, camera all ready.

"Oh, that's all right," said Mr. Trenton, swinging his camera over his shoulder.

If it should come, he wished for a camera—a moving picture camera.

In the absence of the camera, he was appointed the court oil photographer.

Wrayson looked at the knapsack, at the camera, and at the little man himself.

The projecting machine was substantially like the "taking" camera and was so used.

The pen, as faithfully as the camera, has told the truth, and nothing but the truth.

In a camera obscura, the butcher's cart, and the figure of one of our own family amuse us.