Miranda launched the Sensorex in September 1966. It had match-needle, full open aperture metering and interchangeable viewfinders. It had a preset wheel on the front side to preselect the maximum aperture for the metering system. The interchangeable viewfinder on the Sensorex is removed by sliding a small knob on the rear of the camera, next to the battery housing. Several viewfinders were made, and the camera is fully functional with the viewfinder removed, allowing a top down view straight onto the viewing screen.
This particular example is in great cosmetic condition, with light signs of use. It has not been film tested, but everything functions as it should. A really cool camera that looks great in any collection!
No film or batteries included.