Abstract: A viewfinder of the inverted Galilean type, for use with a photographic camera having a pair of interchangeable objective lenses, comprising a viewfinder lens, an eyepiece having two reticles formed thereon, a fixed mirror frame and a movable mirror frame. The fixed mirror produces a projected virtual image of one reticle. Structure is provided for positioning the movable mirror to produce a projected virtual image of the second reticle in response to interchange of the objective lenses.
November 29, 1974
Date of Patent:
June 1, 1976
Eastman Kodak Company
Theodor Baisch, Kurt Deininger, Joseph R. Strobel, Alfred Trumpp