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eye·piece

 (ī′pēs′)
n.
The lens or lens group closest to the eye in an optical instrument; an ocular. Also called eyeglass.

eyepiece

(ˈaɪˌpiːs)
n
(General Physics) the lens or combination of lenses in an optical instrument nearest the eye of the observer

eye•piece

(ˈaɪˌpis)

n.
the lens or combination of lenses in an optical instrument through which the eye views the image formed by the objective lens or lenses; ocular.
[1780–90]

eye·piece

(ī′pēs′)
The lens or group of lenses closest to the eye in an optical instrument such as a telescope.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.eyepiece - combination of lenses at the viewing end of optical instrumentseyepiece - combination of lenses at the viewing end of optical instruments
binoculars, field glasses, opera glasses - an optical instrument designed for simultaneous use by both eyes
lens, lens system, lense - a transparent optical device used to converge or diverge transmitted light and to form images
light microscope - microscope consisting of an optical instrument that magnifies the image of an object
optical telescope - an astronomical telescope designed to collect and record light from cosmic sources
graticule, reticle, reticule - a network of fine lines, dots, cross hairs, or wires in the focal plane of the eyepiece of an optical instrument
sights - an optical instrument for aiding the eye in aiming, as on a firearm or surveying instrument
Translations

eyepiece

[ˈaɪpiːs] Nocular m

eyepiece

[ˈaɪpiːs] n [microscope, telescope] → oculaire meye shadow eye-shadow [ˈaɪʃædəʊ] nombre f à paupières

eye·piece

n. ocular.
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The unique new EVF also features a specially-designed eyepiece lens with ZEISS T* coating, dramatically reducing reflections that can interfere with clear viewing.
The reticule sits right at the focal plane inside the eyepiece lens of the microscope and allows the investigator to make accurate measurements and/or positioning of specimens.
The lens at the near end is called the eyepiece lens.