Definition of Reflex camera
1. Noun. Camera that allows the photographer to view and focus the exact scene being photographed.
Lexicographical Neighbors of Reflex Camera
Literary usage of Reflex camera
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The American Amateur Photographer (1901)
"The reflex camera Co., Yonkers, NY, inform us that they are having an ... The great advantage of the reflex camera is that it shows on a ground glass placed ..."
2. The Photographic Journal of America: The Oldest Photography Magazine in America (1917)
"The greatest amount of benefit cannot be obtained without a little study and practice, and I would recommend anyone who acquires a reflex camera to use it ..."
3. Wilson's Photographic Magazine (1909)
"The greatest attraction, however, at this stand, were the models of the new Vest Pocket Tenax, and the Goerz Folding reflex camera. The former, as its name ..."
4. Wilson's Photographic Magazine (1913)
"THE necessary advantages which the reflex camera offers are very well known to ... The chief characteristic of the reflex camera over cameras of other types ..."
5. Recreation by George O. Shields, American Canoe Association, League of American Sportsmen (1899)
"99- Following is a list of prizes: First prize: A reflex camera, 5x7, made by the reflex camera Co., Yonkers, NY, with Zeiss anastigmat lens, and listed at ..."
6. The American Amateur Photographer (1903)
"THE reflex camera Co. send their catalogue of cameras and shutters containing thirteen reasons why the reflex camera and focal plane shutter should be the ..."