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viewfinder

[ vyoo-fahyn-der ]
/ ˈvyuˌfaɪn dər /
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noun Photography.
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Origin of viewfinder

First recorded in 1890–95; view + finder
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British Dictionary definitions for viewfinder

viewfinder
/ (ˈvjuːˌfaɪndə) /

noun
a device on a camera, consisting of a lens system and sometimes a ground-glass screen, enabling the user to see what will be included in his photographSometimes shortened to: finder
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