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noun Photography.

a fixed mirror in a single-lens reflex camera that reflects some of the light entering the lens to the ground-glass view screen while permitting most of the light to pass through to the film.

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Origin of pellicle mirror

In reference to the thin, partially reflective coating covering such mirrors

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