diascope


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diascope

(ˈdaɪəˌskəʊp)
n
(Photography) an optical projector used to display transparencies
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A demonstration will also be given of MAT's "DIASCOPE" monitoring system, which uses IoT technology to give visibility of real-time production status.
Throughout the test, HR was monitored with an oscilloscope monitor (Diascope type DS 521, Simonsen and Weel, Denmark).
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A former Petersen's HUNTING Editor's Choice award winner, the Victory DiaScope is a proven, premium spotter.
Carl Zeiss Optical introduces the Camera-Eyepiece DC4 for their Diascope Spotting Scopes, which offers a low-noise four megapixel CCD sensor that is specially tailored to the Zeiss Diascope.
The Zeiss 85 mm Diascope spotting scope is so bright and crisp there is no doubt you're looking through premium optics.
The new Diascope 65 T* FL continues the Zeiss tradition, but in a relatively compact spotting scope.
Heart rate was monitored with an oscilloscope monitor (Diascope type DS 521, Simonsen and Weel, Denmark) throughout the test.
Carl Zeiss is also offering special Victory DiaScope Spotting Scope kits at participating dealers.
At 18 ounces, it's a third heavier than the 15-45 X (20-60X) eyepiece, but if you want to find detail at distance, there's no better option than this Vario in a Zeiss DiaScope. By the way, Zeiss now offers an excellent ball-head tripod to match.--www.zeiss.com/sports
Fluoride became an optical buzzword last season with the premier of Zeiss's amazing Diascope FL Spotting Scopes.
These are the Diascope 65 and 85 series, available with either straight or angled eyepiece.