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mag·ni·fy

(măg′nə-fī′)
v.
To increase the apparent size of, especially with a lens.
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Fixed magnifiers fill the void that inevitably forms when anyone spends time behind a red dot sight.
Finding a starting point for dispensing magnifiers can be done in a number of ways but one of the simplest is by calculating the predicted magnification that is required.
1 The successful bidder, hereinafter Vendor , shall provide digital magnifiers for the City of
Spectacle magnifiers were most commonly prescribed in 44% of patients followed by telescopes in 38% of patients.
Limited, a global and professional low vision equipment supplier, designs, manufactures, and sells the highest quality and most cost-effective video magnifiers.
Joshua said: "Many people, both at home and abroad, can't afford digital magnifiers and I feel this could be the solution.
Large diameter illuminated magnifiers ranging from 2x to video types.
For viewing text, photographs or maps, desktop video magnifiers are extremely versatile.
Electronic magnifiers are reading machines that mean that they can.
In the past, the choices of illuminated magnifiers used to be simply halogen, LED, or incandescent.
The A900 series and A900 reader magnifiers offer a con temporary style, comfortable fit, light-weight frames and affordable cost.
88 million IDIQ contract from the US Army, RDECOM Acquisition Center, Aberdeen Proving Ground for supply of M68 Magnifiers for use with the company's M68CCO red-dot sights.