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Recently, Barkman purchased a military-surplus periscope for the bus, to complete the submarine look.
A few models over the past year, like Samsung’s Galaxy S20 Ultra, debuted a trick to fit a longer lens into a thinner phone by placing it sideways and using a mirror to capture the image, periscope style.
Rumors out of Asia suggest Apple is looking at the periscope technology for future iPhones, possibly as soon as next year.
In my case, it probably would be “Down periscope”—after accidentally ramming some Greenpeace research vessel.
There was no shelling at the moment, but rifle bullets kept flopping into the parapet especially when the periscope was moved.
Every hundred yards or so I had a close peep at the ground in front through de Lisle's periscope.
The periscope is the one part of the submarine scout equipment that is open to vision from the surface.The Wonder Book of Knowledge|Various
Curiously the others crowded about the object glass of the periscope.Boy Scouts in the North Sea|G. Harvey Ralphson
And just then the Weathercock shouted something which sounded very much like "Periscope!"The Cruise of the Noah's Ark|David Cory