All these have to be woven seamlessly into one continuous camera movement.
What does CONCAM stand for?
CONCAM stands for Continuous Camera (international astronomical sky monitoring project)
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See other definitions of CONCAM
- Concession (Canada Post road designation)
- Cost of Non-Conformance
- Continue Calling Until
- Confederacion Canadiense Americana y Centroamericana de Futbol
- Confederacion Norte, Centroamericana y del Caribe de Futbol Asociacion (Spanish)
- Confederation of North and Central American and Caribbean Association Football
- Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association Football (Soccer)
- Confederación Centroamericana de Deportes de Montañísmo Y Escalada (Spanish: Central American Federation of Mountaineering and Climbing Sports)
- Committee on Computing in Applied Mechanics (American Society of Mechanical Engineers)
- Asociación Nacional Contra el Maltrato Infantil (Guatemala)
- Confederacion de Camaras Industriales (Spanish: Confederation of Industrial Chambers)
- Confederation of Industrial Chambers (Mexico)
- Confederacion de Camaras Nacionales de Comercio (Spanish: Confederation of National Chambers of Commerce, Mexico)
- Consortium for Materials Development in Space
- Construction Capabilities Contract (Navy; US DoD)
- Construction Capabilities Contract Process (US DoD)
- Construction Capabilities Contract Program (US DoD)
- Confederación Católica de Padres de Familia y Padres de Alumnos (Spanish)
- Coordination Nationale des Collectifs des Assistants de Service Social (French: National Coordination of Collective Social Service Workers)
Samples in periodicals archive:
A continuous camera feed, controlled by an Electrosonic ImageSTAR(TM) videowall processor, gives the illusion that the studio overlooks the harbor.
Reduced risk to employees is another favorable consideration of continuous cameras.