Angle finder a2 and b, Magnifier s – Canon AE-1 User Manual
Attention! The text in this document has been recognized automatically. To view the original document, you can use the "Original mode".
Angle Finder A2 and B
The angle finder is a magnifying glass
which can be attached from above into the
grooves of the viewfinder eyepiece. It rotates
90 degrees so that the image on the viewfinder
can be viewed directly from the side or above
whenever it is inconvenient or impossible to
look directly through the eyepiece. This is
very helpful in copying, close-ups, macro
photography, and photomicrography. There
are two types, the A2 whose image is reversed
as in a mirror, and the more advanced Angle
Finder B with the normal camera image.
The Canon Magnifier S gives 2.5X magni
fication of the viewfinder center for precision
focusing in close-up work. The strength
can be adjusted to your eyesight within the
range of -t4 to -4 diopters.
The Magnifier S combined with its
adapter can be inserted into the grooves of the
viewfinder eyepiece. The adapter of the
Magnifier S is hinged to allow the magnifier
to swing upward from the eyepiece leaving the
whole screen image visible after focusing.