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The Miranda G has an internal diaphragm coupling. It can work with G and Sensomat lenses, and it would work with Automex and Sensorex lenses, but these lenses do not normally have click stops.
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Earlier Miranda lenses with the external PAD (like some Exakta lenses) can be used, but the release button has to be slowly pressed or a small stop-down button has to be pushed in if stop down metering is used.
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The G does not have an internal meter. The meter-prism as on the GT and a non TTL prism can be used, which would also fit early letter series cameras.
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The prisms and accessory viewfinders on the Automex and Sensorex are different and do not fit. The top of the Sensorex / Automex series was taller. Besides the pentaprism and metered prisms, there is a waist-level finder with a pop up magnifier and a critical finder with 5× and 15× magnification. [[42mm screw lenses|Pentax M42]], Nikon F, and [[Exakta lenses|Exakta]] lenses can be adapted and will focus to infinity. But they are manual lenses. A hearing aid cell can be used to replace the mercury cell.
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== Links ==
 
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* [http://www.mediajoy.com/en/cla_came/mirandaG/index.html Guide to Classic Cameras]
 
* [http://www.mediajoy.com/en/cla_came/mirandaG/index.html Guide to Classic Cameras]
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The Miranda G Had an internal diaphragm coupling.
 
it could work with G and Sensomat lenses
 
it would work with AutomSx and Sensorex lenses,
 
these lenses did not normally have click stops.
 
 
Earler Miranda Lenses with the external PAD ( like exacta) could be used
 
But the release button had to be slowly pressed or a small stop-=down button had to be puched in if stop down metering was used.
 
 
The G as shown did not have an internal meter.
 
the meter-prism as on the GT and a non TTL prism could be used
 
they would also fit early Letter series cameras.
 
 
The Prisms and accessory Viewfinders on the Automex and Sensorex were different and would not fit. The top of the sensorex / automex series was taller.
 
besides the Pentaprism and Metered prisms, there was a waist level finder with a pop up magnifier and a critical finder with 5x and 15x magnification.
 
Pentax m42 , Nikon F, and Exacta lenses could be adapted and would focus to infinity. But were manual lenses.
 
A hearing aid cell can be used to replace the mercury cell
 

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The Miranda G has an internal diaphragm coupling. It can work with G and Sensomat lenses, and it would work with Automex and Sensorex lenses, but these lenses do not normally have click stops.

Earlier Miranda lenses with the external PAD (like some Exakta lenses) can be used, but the release button has to be slowly pressed or a small stop-down button has to be pushed in if stop down metering is used.

The G does not have an internal meter. The meter-prism as on the GT and a non TTL prism can be used, which would also fit early letter series cameras.

The prisms and accessory viewfinders on the Automex and Sensorex are different and do not fit. The top of the Sensorex / Automex series was taller. Besides the pentaprism and metered prisms, there is a waist-level finder with a pop up magnifier and a critical finder with 5× and 15× magnification. Pentax M42, Nikon F, and Exakta lenses can be adapted and will focus to infinity. But they are manual lenses. A hearing aid cell can be used to replace the mercury cell.

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