diopter


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Synonyms for diopter

a unit of measurement of the refractive power of a lens which is equal to the reciprocal of the focal length measured in meters

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0 diopters of myopia at Hunkeler Vision Centers in Kansas City.
0 diopters (D) of sphere with and without astigmatic refractive errors up to -6.
Use Raininer's 'A-lock' diopter system to set and lock the eyepiece diopter to your own specifications.
This high-end technology ensures accuracy to 1/100 of a diopter, which is much more accurate than the traditional abrasive-ground lenses.
lens myopia / hyperopia (spherical component only): metal frame or celluloid, flexible hinge, hard mineral glass diopter + / - 0.
All three are rubber armored and feature twist-up eyecups with click-stop action on the right diopter for precise focusing.
The Duovid maintains focus and user-set diopter compensation when changing between magnifications.
We continue to see strong growth in the Visian ICL throughout the world and believe that the newly expanded Visian ICL diopter ranges launched here at ESCRS more than doubles the market opportunity for Visian and allow us to compete directly within the most popular myopic and hyperopic ranges of treatment with LASIK.
Nikon's[R] new Team Realtree[R] Laser400[TM] features bright, clear, 8x optics, an adjustable diopter, and Nikon's own laser instrumentation, all in a pocketsize package.
Both focus and user-set diopter compensation are maintained when changing between magnifications.