Recent Examples of eyepiece from the Web
Having just made its closest pass to Earth less than a month ago, Saturn will still appear impressively big and bright through the eyepiece.
Positioned right over the shoulder of Smith throughout the hearing, a costumed hearing attendee twiddled his facial hair and adjusted his eyepiece throughout the hearing.
The microscope features dual eyepieces, a monitor showing visitors the conservator’s view, and a footpad that allows O’Connell to adjust the microscope without taking her hands off her work.
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.
It was outfitted with a filter so guests could view the Sun through the eyepiece.
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.
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