View Camera – A type of large format camera that typically uses negatives sized 5” x 7” or 8” x 10”. These cameras offer the most control of any camera type.
Viewfinder – The viewing device on the camera that allows the photographer to see the approximate or exact view of the camera’s lens. Only single-lens reflex cameras give the user the ability to see exactly what the camera sees.
Viewpoint – The camera’s location relative to the subject.