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Sabine Wren in her armor slides a rangefinder over her helmet's viewplate.

Macrobinocular viewplates,[1] also known as a T-shaped visor,[2] or as T-visors,[3] were visors that could be found on Mandalorian helmets, shaped like the letter T. A rangefinder could be pulled over the viewplate to enhance imagery.[4] They could also be found on clone trooper armor and Sith trooper armor.[2]

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Behind the scenes[]

Macrobinocular viewplates made their debut in the 1980 original trilogy film, Star Wars: Episode V The Empire Strikes Back.[5] They were first canonically identified in the 2014 reference book Star Wars Rebels: The Visual Guide, written by Adam Bray.[1]

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Mandalorian armor
Known Materials
Beskar · Durasteel
Known components & gear
Cuirass · Pauldron · Macrobinocular viewplate · Mandalorian vambrace · Crushgaunt · Z-6 jetpack · Whistling bird
Known sets of personal armor
Boba Fett · Bo-Katan Kryze · Sabine Wren · Din Djarin · Mandalorian rally master · Grogu
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