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A camera is a device to make photographs or movies.
Camera or CAMERA may also refer to:
- Camera (film), a 2000 short film by David Cronenberg
- Camera (newspaper), a newspaper published in Boulder, Colorado
- Camera (magazine), a magazine published in Switzerland and elsewhere
- Camera (Japanese magazine)
- Camera (anatomy), the chamber between two adjacent septa in the phragmocone of a nautiloid or ammonoid cephalopod
- Committee for Accuracy in Middle East Reporting in America, a Boston-based nonprofit, pro-Israel media watchdog group
- Community Cyberinfrastructure for Advanced Marine Microbial Ecology Research and Analysis, a scientific organization serving the microbial ecology research community
- Camera (wasp), a wasp genus in the family Gelinae
- In camera, a secret or private meeting with a judge, committee or council, as opposed to proceedings in open session
- Camera obscura, an optical device used in drawing, and one of the developmental threads leading to the invention of photography
- Apostolic Camera, an office of the Roman Curia
- CAMRA, the Campaign for Real Ale
- List of camera types
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