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viewfinder

noun view·find·er \ˈvyü-ˌfīn-dər\

: a small hole or window on a camera that you look through to see what is being photographed

Full Definition of VIEWFINDER

:  a device on a camera for showing the area of the subject to be included in the picture

First Known Use of VIEWFINDER

1889
VIEWFINDER Defined for Kids

viewfinder

noun view·find·er \ˈvyü-ˌfīn-dər\

Definition of VIEWFINDER for Kids

:  a device on a camera that shows the view to be included in the picture

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