view finder

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Noun1.view finder - optical device that helps a user to find the target of interestview finder - optical device that helps a user to find the target of interest
camera, photographic camera - equipment for taking photographs (usually consisting of a lightproof box with a lens at one end and light-sensitive film at the other)
gunsight, gun-sight - a sight used for aiming a gun
optical device - a device for producing or controlling light
telescope, scope - a magnifier of images of distant objects
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Then he told me to just look at the view finder, look for the markings on the center, and then the very first photography tip that I had, 'Pindutin mo 'to ng konti, pag tu-mu-toot, shoot.
A view finder can be cut from a thick piece of paper.
He eyed through the view finder and smiled satisfactorily.
Other advanced functionsinclude Live View Finder (LVF) with a magnification ratio of approx 0.
Then you realise the camera had no view finder, no exposure meter.
Along with the announcement of these cameras, Canon is also introducing optional accessories OLED 1920x1080 Electronic View Finder EVF-V70, Remote Operation Unit OU-700, Shoulder Support Unit SU-15, Shoulder Style Grip Unit SG-1 and B4 mount adapters MO-4E/MO-4P.
But it also has some digital elements: a digital view finder and digital audio saved into an SD card.
There's no view finder but the app lets you see what's in shot in real time.
But I think we have a group of people who, by working together, can at least keep sub-27 minutes in the view finder and then it will be up to Galen.
Critique: Clearly Sylvain Margaine holds an artist's eye up to his digital reflex camera's view finder and through the resulting images showcases an aspect of the human story that would otherwise be assigned to a forgotten and abandoned oblivion.
Take a meter reading of the brightest object in the view finder and lock the exposure.
the image sensor, the view finder, video); accessories; camera types and selecting a camera; special shooting situations and common technical mistakes; determining one's own photographic profile; development as a photographer; and mastering one's camera.