Merv & Dave: Thank you both for the most informative and excellent responses! I'm trying to gather as much information as I can, so I'll be able to ask smartrich_guy_looker
Hi David, It is perfectly feasible to make a Smith reflector out of a solid glass assembly, with the two prism faces at the correct angle, with a totallymervhob
Hi Rich The Leica implementation of the Smith reflector is shown and described in, for example, this Leica DRM manual. Fig 18 / 8 shows it. It does look as iftriops56
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