He's eyeing up all those tall flats trying to spot the telescopic lens
of the Jackal's rifle.
08 Compared to a single spectacle lens of equivalent magnification, this telescopic lens
design will give:
Washington, June 28 ( ANI ): Scientists have created a slim telescopic lens
that has the ability to switch between normal and magnified vision.
Using a telescopic lens
, Paglen captures clandestine drone warfare, secret satellites, and an unconscionably large National Security Agency data center.
Eves said the weapon was an air rifle, but Mr Unsworth QC questioned whether an air rifle would have a telescopic lens
Members of the university's astronomy society and gravitational wave research group ventured out under cover of darkness at the Edgbaston campus to view the night sky through a telescopic lens
Aerial photographs taken before "quarantine" [by President Kennedy of offensive weapons entering Cuba] using a camera with telescopic lens
, probably at altitudes above 60,000 feet over Cuban jungles, clearly show launching pads and intermediate range missiles obviously of an offensive military nature.
Their lives are enough of a circus without the constant intrusion of a telescopic lens
22 rifle with a silencer and telescopic lens
and a huge amount of ammunition, all held legally.
Through his binoculars, he said, he had spotted a blue jeep in the distance and a man "brandishing" what looked like a rifle with a telescopic lens
But last December he became one of the first people in the UK to have a telescopic lens
implanted in his eyes.
Minimally invasive surgery, or laparoscopy, uses tiny incisions and typically involves a telescopic lens
that is connected to a video camera.