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  1. a now obsolete picture pickup tube in a television camera; electrons emitted from a photoemissive surface in proportion to the intensity of the incident light are focused onto the target causing secondary emission of electrons
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  • Principally, weight and electrical power were the factors that required the much smaller black-and-white-image orthicon TV camera. First Man
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