Recent Examples of eyepiece from the Web
It was outfitted with a filter so guests could view the Sun through the eyepiece.
Some crew members can't even use the goggles at all, since their camera eyepieces are offset, and combining the two is a good way to accidentally walk into an abyss.
As for cameras, experts advise putting a piece of tape over the eyepiece.
Leaving the front lens unfiltered will simply focus all of the light on the eyepiece lens, burn the filter there and risk your eyes.
Don't make the simple mistake of looking through an unfiltered eyepiece.
But Hobbs likes watching the action on a color monitor rather than through the eyepiece of a traditional camera.
A soldier can aim his or her carbine downrange and the live feed from the night vision sight appears in the eyepiece's field of view.
According to Marvel, the Death Star's walls are alternately pink or baby blue, and Darth Vader's armor is actually blue with the eyepieces of his helmet occasionally bright red.
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Definition of eyepiece for English Language Learners
: the part of a telescope or microscope that you look through
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