Kine Exacta V c.1950
Igahee of Dresden introduced the Exacta in 1936, the first 35 mm SLR (Single-Lens Reflex) camera. This camera was the first Exacta with an interchangeable pentaprism finder as well as the viewfinder. In SLR cameras, the subject image appeared flipped in the viewfinder. Pentaprism mirrors fixed this problem.
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