v.— «Digital photography has spread so quickly among photo journalists that the term “chimping” was coined. It’s when a photographer examines the images on his camera’s screen using his thumbs to manipulate controls the way a chimpanzee would peer at something in his hand.» —“As photography changes dimensions, digital cameras compel traditional companies to adapt to new technology in a drawn-out industry struggle” by Hamida Ghafour Toronto Star (Canada) July 9, 2001. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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