fiberscope

[fahy-ber-skohp]
noun Optics.
an optical instrument consisting of a fiber bundle with an objective lens at one end and an eyepiece at the other, for viewing objects not accessible to direct viewing.

Origin:
1950–55; fiber + -scope

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fibrescope or (US) fiberscope (ˈfaɪbəˌskəʊp)
 
n
an endoscope that transmits images of the interior of a hollow organ by fibre optics
 
fiberscope or (US) fiberscope
 
n

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fiberscope fi·ber·scope (fī'bər-skōp')
n.
A flexible fiber-optic instrument used to view an object or area, such as a body cavity, that would otherwise be inaccessible.

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Unfortunately, that test only got to the point of visually benchmarking the filter's new condition, using a fiberscope.
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