Wi-Fi camera


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Wi-Fi camera

A digital camera that transmits images to a computer or printer via wireless Wi-Fi. Using wireless rather than a USB cable, images can be stored on a local computer and bypass the memory card, allowing for an almost unlimited number of pictures to be taken. See Wi-Fi.
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