bright-line finder

Definition: Accessory that shows a wide view within which is a bright frame that represents the field of view of lens. * Used as viewfinder for wide-angle lenses or attachments in days of range-finder cameras. * Consists of front negative lens whose rear surface carries the silvered frame and a postive viewing lens: light from the eye-piece is reflected by the silver frame back to the viewer.

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