unmagnified

unmagnified

(ʌnˈmæɡnɪˌfaɪd)
adj
not magnified
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The Truview PCD laryngoscope is a modified laryngoscope blade incorporating an unmagnified optic side port.
This provides the rifleman with both a magnified optic for distant shots and an unmagnified reflex sight for rapid shots at close range.
When acquiring an x-ray map or a line scan, the probe FWHM or spot size and the sampling interval on the specimen or unmagnified pixel size should be tuned to each other in order to optimize the acquisition with respect to time.
A correctly oriented, unmagnified view makes it easier for me to be sure I'm pointed at the proper star.
For years, short, light, unmagnified optics--mostly reflexes and red dots--ruled the rails of AR-platform rifles.
The device fulfills the requirement for an environmentally hardened sighting system that offers unmagnified targeting from 0-300 meters and magnified targeting from 300-1000 meters.
The lens has a dual modality: the center of the lens provides unmagnified vision, while the ring-shaped telescope located at the periphery of the regular contact lens magnifies the view 2.
In an effort to diagnose early cervical carcinoma, unmagnified visual inspection of the cervix after staining with a weak solution of iodine (Gram stain was used, not lugol solution as has been erroneously reported (35-37)) was promoted in the 1930s by Walter Schiller, MD.
Perhaps faculty believe learning pre-clinical skills such as indirect vision, tactile sensitivity and other Instrumentation basics is best learned first with unmagnified vision.
For example, the proposed method requires more calculation time than conventional SBR for the unmagnified targets modeled with many facets in Figure 10.
The lighter model features acrylic lenses with hard coating while the body is in glass-reinforced nylon polymer, the other three models, all but one unmagnified, feature glass lenses and forged aluminium cases.