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Synonyms for reticle

a network of fine lines, dots, cross hairs, or wires in the focal plane of the eyepiece of an optical instrument

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FFP reticles have the greatest vis ibility at maximum magnification and get steadily smaller as magnification decreases, but they remain most usable in the top half of their magnification range.
Range finding reticles have accelerated the trend to long-range shooting.
They also have rear focal plane Ballistic Plex II reticles. And the premium lens coatings offer great light transmission and true-color images.
The company's reticle stockers are used by chip manufacturers worldwide for contaminant-free storage of reticles, which are the masks that contain the patterns that are ultimately transferred to the wafer surface.
To enable long-distance precision, a scope must have either a holdover-type reticle or a dial-for-distance type elevation turret, and we're here to discuss and argue the advantages and weaknesses of each.
For example, the "TDS TriFactor Reticle System" used in Swarovski and Kahles riflescopes, is one of the sharpest and most useful reticles out there, and it's one of my personal favorites.
Currently nine different models of Acog sights are available, with magnification of xl.5, x2, x3, x3.5, x4, x5.5 and x6 and different reticles, circle dot, dot, triangle chevron, donut, horseshoe and crosshair, depending on the model.
These are the reticles available for other weapons: The AN/PVS-4 reticle for the M16 rifle comes with NSN 6650-01-039-2854.
"Configuring four mask layers onto a single reticle generates the ideal cost-to-performance ratio," said Ed Chen, senior director of Strategic and Service Marketing at TSMC.
This stylishly machined, low-profile, metal finder costs $69.00 and comes with four different illuminated reticles available at the flick of a switch, plus six levels of brightness adjustment.
These new precision 15x Measuring Magnifiers and Comparators with glass measuring reticles for accurate inspection takes measurements of linear dimension as small as 0.005 inches.
It is an illuminated red dot sight with four different reticles that can be changed with the turn of a dial.
Figure 7 and Figure 8 show two of the many types of more complex reticles. Figure 7 shows a multiple-frequency spinning reticle.