miniscope

miniscope

, mini-scope, mini scope (min′ē-skōp″)
A miniature endoscope (i.e., one whose external diameter is about 2 mm). It is used inside small ducts or narrow organs (e.g., the common bile duct or the pancreatic ducts).
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1 It'll never completely replace my Steiner Military 7x50R binoculars, but the new Steiner Miniscope 8x22mm monocular, with its 2"x2" size and 2.
EPR measurements were done on a Miniscope MS200 spectrometer (Magnettech GmbH, Berlin, Germany) with parameters as follow: central field 334 mT, sweep range 8 mT, sweep time 30 s, microwave power 10 mW, and modulation amplitude 0.
The Steiner Miniscope offers bright and clear images in a pocket-sized design.
Rubery-based iCandi Apps, which created the 'Night Sky' stargazing apps, has designed Night Sky MiniScope which will attach to smart devices to deliver 50X optical zoom through lenses and work directly with its apps.
The patients were placed in lithotomy position under general anaesthesia and transurethral cystolithoclast was performed using miniscope 4FR for up to 5-year-old children, and in more than 5 years old children, 7/8.
The clear filtrate was measured with a Miniscope MS100 EPR spectrometer, (Magnettech, Berlin, Germany) all under standard conditions.
An expensive superscope that's too heavy and complex to set up in a reasonable amount of time is of no more value than a cheap miniscope if it always sits in the basement.
Examples include Resonance Instruments, which was recently acquired by Oxford Instruments (see IBO 9/30/04) and German company Magnettech, which sell the Model 8400 and the Miniscope MS 100, respectively.
This miniscope is the guidescope, and it defies all the conventional rules for determining the required focal length for a guidescope used with a given imaging system.
The clear filtrate was transferred immediately to a 100-[micro]L glass capillary and measured with a Miniscope MS100 EPR spectrometer (Magnettech, Berlin, Germany) under standard conditions.