pentamirror

Camera vs Pentamirror - What's the difference?

camera | pentamirror |


As nouns the difference between camera and pentamirror

is that camera is camera while pentamirror is (photography) a system of three (not five) mirrors used as a cheaper substitute to a pentaprism in the viewfinders of some single-lens reflex cameras.

Viewfinder vs Pentamirror - What's the difference?

viewfinder | pentamirror |


As nouns the difference between viewfinder and pentamirror

is that viewfinder is a device on a camera that shows what will appear in the field of view of the lens; it helps the user target a subject, zoom and focus the image while pentamirror is (photography) a system of three (not five) mirrors used as a cheaper substitute to a pentaprism in the viewfinders of some single-lens reflex cameras.

Pentaprism vs Pentamirror - What's the difference?

pentaprism | pentamirror |


In photography|lang=en terms the difference between pentaprism and pentamirror

is that pentaprism is (photography) a five-sided prism used in the viewfinder of some single-lens reflex cameras while pentamirror is (photography) a system of three (not five) mirrors used as a cheaper substitute to a pentaprism in the viewfinders of some single-lens reflex cameras.

As nouns the difference between pentaprism and pentamirror

is that pentaprism is (photography) a five-sided prism used in the viewfinder of some single-lens reflex cameras while pentamirror is (photography) a system of three (not five) mirrors used as a cheaper substitute to a pentaprism in the viewfinders of some single-lens reflex cameras.

Mirror vs Pentamirror - What's the difference?

mirror | pentamirror |


As nouns the difference between mirror and pentamirror

is that mirror is a smooth surface, usually made of glass with reflective material painted on the underside, that reflects light so as to give an image of what is in front of it while pentamirror is (photography) a system of three (not five) mirrors used as a cheaper substitute to a pentaprism in the viewfinders of some single-lens reflex cameras.

As a verb mirror

is of an event, activity, behaviour, etc, to be identical to, to be a copy of.