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A classic camera if there ever was one, circa World War II.  The "scope finder" mounted on the camera's flash shoe and allowed the photographer to see what the telephoto lens would see and to frame the shot accurately.  Parallax issues weren't really an issue unless you were shooting close-ups, but it was mickey-mouse solutions like these that led to the development of the Single-Lens-Reflex (SLR) camera, where the photographer could see EXACTLY what the lens was seeing.

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