Camera Lucid Mirror Type
Camera Lucid Mirror Type – Laboratory Glassware Equipment
A camera lucid is an optical device used as a drawing aid by artists. The camera lucid performs an optical superimposition of the subject being viewed upon the surface upon which the artist is drawing. The artist sees both scene and drawing surface simultaneously, as in a photographic double exposure.
Mirror type, consists of a bean splitting prism of special glass with a large size mirror swinging about the extension arm under which the image is drawn, in velvet lined case.
Mirror type, to trace the image of a microscopic object on a paper. A beam splitter prism of optical glass is positioned over the eyepiece with a large size swinging mirror which causes the image of the object to appear on a plane surface enabling its tracing.
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