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Canon Rangefinders - Peter Dechert and Peter Kitchingman Peter Dechert is best known for his Canon Rangefinder, Canon SLR, and Olympus Pen books, the latter two long out-of-print. He was a monthly columnist for many years for SHUTTERBUG magazine, and has contributed to many others. Most recently he has written about the pre-WW2 Zeiss 35mm cameras, but his interests in camera equipment and optics are many and varied. As a pro protographer and honorary life member of ASMP, Peter is also expert in using the gear! Peter Kitchingman - author of Canon Rangefinder Lens book Peter Kitchingman's 'Canon M39 Rangefinder Lenses 1939-71' book is the definitive source on these very interesting optics. His interests also go to the entire Canon Rangefinder system and beyond.

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Canon Zoom Viewfinder
Old 10-24-2015   #1
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Canon Zoom Viewfinder

I have recently come across a Canon Zoom viewfinder which has markings for 21,25,28 and 35,40,45, and 50mm clickstops. The view appears to be only the 35,40,45, and 50 mm views. My question is there an adapter which allows the finder to display the much wider focal lengths? I have seen only two pictures of a VL and VS finder. This looks like the VL finder (all Black) but with the wider focal lengths. I got it because of the wide focal lengths which is disappointing if there is an adapter needed because I imagine it would be next to impossible to locate. The finders themselves seem quite scarce. Anybody have any experience or other descriptions(Canon manuals) related to these zoom finders.

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Old 10-25-2015   #2
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Yes there is an adapter needed. The few times I've seen a picture it looks much like the 28mm attachment on a Leica Vidom.

I prefer individual finders.
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