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What do the Single Lens Reflex, Range Finder, View Camera and Twin Lens Reflex look like?

Asked by Halbert, Last updated: Oct 11, 2022

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b.Oliviasi

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Answered Oct 26, 2017

These are actually rather hard to describe without a camera. Well, all but the range finder. This is a lens you can buy to add to a camera. It basically allows your camera to measure distance and take images with sharp focus. The single lens reflex is basically a camera that has one lens; what appears in the viewfinder is what the camera actually sees.

The view camera is basically a large camera that has an inverted image on ground glass instead of a film. What you see is the picture you’ll get. The twin lens reflex has two lens: one that shows the photographer what picture they’re taking, and one to actually take the picture. This is why it’s different than a single lens reflex camera.

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