Orthoscopic

• (a.) Giving an image in correct or normal proportions; giving a flat field of view; as, an orthoscopic eyepiece.
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orthoscopic

(or″tho-skop´ik) pertaining to orthoscopy or an orthoscope. having normal, undistorted vision. pertaining to an optical system that produces undistorted images.
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Orthoscopic

Or`tho·scop'ic adjective (Opt.) Giving an image in correct or normal proportions; giving a flat field of view; as, an orthoscopic eyepiece.
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orthoscopic

orthoscopic 1. Having correct vision. 2. Constructed so as to correct optical distortion; such as, an orthoscopic eyepiece of a telescope.
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Orthoscopic

Orthoscopic: Having correct vision or producing it. Orthoscopic, in other words, is free from optical distortion or designed to correct distorted vision. This fits with the prefix 'ortho', meaning straight or erect, and with 'scopic' from the Greek 'skopein', to see. Orthoscopic literally is to see straight. (The word 'orthoscopic' is often confuse...
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