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The technical excellence of a television program may frequently depend on the characteristics of the view finder used in the television camera. Conditions peculiar to television make it desirable that television-camera view finders be of the focusing type. The requirements of an ideal view finder of this type are discussed. During the past ten years a number of view-finder arrangements have been investigated in connection with the development of television cameras. Several of these are described and their relative merits indicated.