chimp shot
 v.— «Computerized cameras are designed to allow chimpanzees to make pictures that are in focus and adequately exposed—most of the time.…Learning photography with a computerized camera teaches you nothing except how to operate a computer—and burn up film in a chimpanzee like fashion. Just one finely crafted photograph is worth more than 1,000 chimp shots.» —“Re: manual or auto?” by Gene Windell Usenet: Apr. 15, 1999. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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