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noun as in finder

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There’s no viewfinder or way to preview your shots, so you need to “frame” your shots with your head and keep in mind that the camera’s field of view is different from yours.

The glasses will become a perpetual viewfinder, emphasizing each wearer’s perspective over the experience of being in any group.

That’s because a viewfinder focuses your attention and your gaze, allowing you to take in the full frame of what the camera will capture.

That attached to a body, which enclosed the viewfinder and mirror box that let you see what you were shooting.

Your viewfinder is the screen on the back of the camera, which shows you a live feed directly from the sensor.

Filming it through his own camera's viewfinder kept him steady: it was a necessary mediating tool.

The viewfinder could be popped off so I could hold it low and compose a photo at waist level if the situation got bad.

Although I had been looking thru my cameras viewfinder I had not shot a frame.

In 1933, Ben Shahn loaned Walker Evans a right-angle viewfinder, which he took on assignment to Vicksburg, Mississippi.

No, sir; I was just taking a picture of him, and the presidential party in the car come through my viewfinder and my camera.

He kept low and moved slow, keeping the viewfinder up so that he could keep the melee in shot.

"Not if you let me make it right away," Pete replied after a squint or two through the viewfinder.


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On this page you'll find 13 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to viewfinder, such as: bombsight, gunsight, periscope, radar, sight, and sonar.

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