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Made between 1976 and 1991.
3x magnification with an adjustable dioptre correction between -2.5 and +3.5.
The PME90 and PM90 prism were designed as low profile prisms.
It is particularly suitable for use with 6×4.5 (A16) back, as the camera can easily be rotated 90 degrees and the prism can still easily be used.
This PME90 has a built in light meter with an LCD display within the viewfinder. It is powered by a lithium CR123A battery. It has multiple metering modes, including a built in incident meter.
Full manual is available here – https://drive.google.com/a/camleyphotographic.com/file/d/0B4-unsDBzbGgNE40TmlIdGpRRWs/view?usp=sharing
The official name is ‘Prism Viewfinder with Exposure Meter’. It was introduced in 1971 and was last listed in the catalogues in 1982, replaced by the PME/VFC-6. The supplier of the prism was probably Zeiss Ikon.
Polaroid backs cannot be used when this prism is on the camera.